Hi I'm trying to use setx to change an environment variable, it’s acting up when I try to assign a path with space to the Environment Variable (I had the “” around the value but it’s still not working)

Here is the command I'm using

setx MYCDO "d:\My CDOs\" -m

But by doing this it sets the variable as a user environment variable like this,

d:\My CDOs" -m

I've looked at a few manuals online but I can't seem to get it to work,

http://www.amirkamal.com/tools/setx_d.htm

When you take away the backslash it works fine, can anyone help?
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