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From neykov <>
Subject [GitHub] brooklyn-server pull request #596: WinRmCommandSensor default executionDir
Date Wed, 15 Mar 2017 15:52:15 GMT
Github user neykov commented on a diff in the pull request:
    --- Diff: software/winrm/src/main/java/org/apache/brooklyn/core/sensor/windows/
    @@ -144,15 +144,7 @@ public T apply(String input) {
         public static String makeCommandExecutingInDirectory(String command, String executionDir,
Entity entity) {
             String finalCommand = command;
             String execDir = executionDir;
    -        if (Strings.isBlank(execDir)) {
    -            // default to run dir
    -            execDir = entity.getAttribute(BrooklynConfigKeys.RUN_DIR);
    -            // if no run dir, default to home
    -            if (Strings.isBlank(execDir)) {
    -                execDir = "%USERPROFILE%";
    -            }
    -        }
    -        if (!"~".equals(execDir)) {
    +        if (Strings.isNonBlank(execDir) && !"~".equals(execDir)) {
    --- End diff --
    That's nice as a temporary patch around the fact that `RUN_DIR` is set to a UNIX-y path.
What's the default folder we get on login? Is there a risk in executing in a protected folder
(`C:\Windows\system32`) which will fail the code if it writes to the file system?
    What if we keep the `%USERPROFILE%` default?
    I thought this is executed as powershell, which makes the next line look like it would
fail - how does it work then?

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