|Purpose:||Create, modify, or display an environment variable in another process|
|Format:||SETP pid [/P /R filename] var[=value]|
|pid||Process ID, or the window title, or the task name|
|var||The variable name to set. If you are displaying matching variables, the name can contain wildcards.|
|value||The value of the variable|
|/P||Pause after displaying each page|
|/R||Read variables and values from a file|
See also UNSETP.
SETP works by injecting a dll into the specified process and executing a command in that dll to display or change the environment variable. Depending on your Windows configuration, you may need to be running an elevated session for SETP to work.