Free Tool: Set Environment Variable

Set environment variable remotely or remove it from multiple remote machines at once


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Set Environment Variable   Set environment variable remotely or remove it from multiple remote machines at once

If you are looking for ways how to change environment variables remotely in Windows, this action can help to automate modification of environment variables remotely. You can use it to set Windows environment variables on multiple remote machines without using any batch files or PowerShell scripts.

Supported types of actions to set environment variables are set, remove and add. Set Environment Variable creates or replaces an existing environment variable value. Remove Environment Variable just removes the variable, if it exists. Add Environment Variable adds a new value into a semicolon-separated value, if that value does not exist yet, such as you can use it to add to Windows %PATH% variable.

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