The path needs to be set up so that when Harmony launches Maya, it knows exactly where to look for the application. On Windows, this can be set up using an environment variable.
|1.||In Windows, go to Start.|
|2.||Right-click on Computer and select Properties.|
|3.||From the Computer Properties dialog box, select Advanced System Settings.|
The System Properties dialog box opens.
|4.||In the System Properties dialog box, click Environment Variables.|
The Environment Variables dialog box opens.
|5.||The first variable to set up is the Maya path. In the System Variables section, browse for the Path variable and select it.|
The Edit System Variable dialog box opens.
|7.||In the Variable value field, add a semicolon (;) at the end of the last path.|
|8.||Copy the path to the bin folder of Maya following the semicolon.|
For example: For Autodesk Maya 2011 on Windows, the path would be as follows:
binfolder from the explorer browsing window to make sure you have the exact path.