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Default folder in NT Explorer

By frank.candries@hvlgroup. ·
I am looking for way to open NT Explorer and display a default folder or the one that was used last. Thanks

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by guy In reply to Default folder in NT Expl ...

It is possible to start Explorer with switches, they work by first creating a shortcut. Here is an example of the syntax.

From your Windows Explorer shortcut right-click it, and select the Properties command. When the Windows Explorer Propertiessheet appears, click the Shortcut tab. Then, add the /Select switch after the /e switch so that the Target text box reads
C:\Windows\Explorer.exe /n,/e,/select,C:

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by GolfKingUK In reply to Default folder in NT Expl ...

Just make a shortcut to explorer with the command line %SystemRoot%\explorer.exe c:\my documents

Where My Documents is the folder you want it to open in.

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