No longer necessary. If perl is in the PATH, and
PATHEXT contains the .pl type, then you should be able to type
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and have the thing work.
Incidentally I had some trouble with the command line to execute in the NT task scheduler. Here's what I'm actually using
(Notice that I don't practice what I preach :))
C:\WINNT\system32\CMD.EXE /c "perl w:\Admin\scripts\end_of_day.pl 1>
+w:\logs\eod.log 2>w:\logs\eod.err "