Originally Posted by steflik
Hi, I'm not new to Linux but have always wondered where the right place to set up the path is so that it is set for all users as soon as they start a session?
This entirely depends on the shell you/they use. So, you need to read the man page for the shell(s) you allow in your box.
For bash, /etc/profile is a good choice for global configs. But note that any user can completely override it on his or her personal settings. If you want to know all the files that are involved for bash check the "INVOCATION" section on its man page.
For other shells the picture will be different. So, again, check the shells you allow and read their man pages.