default geoprocessing directory

Discussion created by ph4red on Jun 4, 2012
Latest reply on Jun 5, 2012 by lpinner
My workplace has upgraded our systems to Windows 7 64-bit and ArcGIS 10. 

When I tried using the Coverage Tools in ArcToolbox to perform a fairly simple build operation, an error message came up in the message trail that it couldn't create an INFO workspace in C:\Windows\System32.  My temp and scratch workspaces are set to C:\Workspace, so I'm guessing that there's another system default that's being pointed to that.

Would anyone know of or have experience with something like this?