Windows Environment Variables

Here is a list of Windows Environment Variables. I was looking to use some in a batch script.

Original found here:

Environment Variables Values (may vary)
%APPDATA% C:\Users\(user-name)\AppData\Roaming
%CD% (command prompt only) Current directory full path
%CMDCMDLINE% (command prompt only) Returns exact command line used to start current cmd.exe session.
%CMDEXTVERSION% (command prompt only) Number of current command processor extensions.
%CommonProgramFiles% C:\Program Files\Common Files
%CommonProgramFiles(x86)% C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files
%CommonProgramW6432% C:\Program Files\Common Files
%COMPUTERNAME% The computer name of the current local system.
%COMSPEC% C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe
%DATE% (command prompt only) Current date in format determined by Date command
%DriverData% C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\DriverData
%ERRORLEVEL% (command prompt only) Number defining exit status of previous command or program
%HOMEPATH% \Users\(user-name)
%LOCALAPPDATA% C:\Users\(user-name)\AppData\Local
%LOGONSERVER% \\MicrosoftAccount
%OneDrive% Current OneDrive folder location
%OS% Windows_NT
%PROCESSOR_IDENTIFIER% Intel64 Family 6 Model 60 Stepping 3, GenuineIntel
%ProgramData% C:\ProgramData
%ProgramFiles% C:\Program Files
%ProgramFiles(x86)% C:\Program Files (x86)
%ProgramW6432% C:\Program Files
%PROMPT% (command prompt only) Code for current command prompt format. Code is usually $P$G
%PSModulePath% C:\Windows\system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Modules\
%PUBLIC% C:\Users\Public
%RANDOM% (command prompt only) To get random number between 0 and 32767
%SessionName% When logging on directly to machine, returns “Console”.

When client connects via terminal server session, is combination of
connection name, followed by pound symbol {#} and session number.

%SystemDrive% C:
%SystemRoot% C:\Windows
%TEMP% C:\Users\(user-name)\AppData\Local\Temp
%TIME% (command prompt only) Current time in format determined by Time command
%TMP% C:\Users\(user-name)\AppData\Local\Temp
%USERDOMAIN% The network domain name associated with the current user.
%USERDOMAIN_ROAMINGPROFILE% The network domain name associated with the current roaming profile.
%USERNAME% (user-name)
%USERPROFILE% C:\Users\(user-name)
%WINDIR% C:\Windows

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