The standard Windows "Save" mechanism that is used by most standard applications will typically allow you to set ONE default save location, and to change that location on-the-fly. The desired behavior you are describing can be accomplished through some sort of Windows Scripting mechanism, either a login script or a stand-alone VB/WSH/command-line script.
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