Thanks for your efforts, but I suppose this is not the solution to the problem.
Hm. Error 53 is "The network path was not found", so if it isn't the path to the executable; then it must be a path the executable is trying to access.
And if it runs successfully from your logon, but not as a service, there are two possibilities:
For example: that might mean your service is attempting to do this just after start-up before the network stack is properly initialised.
Or it might mean that your user profile establishes connections (NET USE etc.) that are not available when you are not logged on.
How to debug it? Get ProcessExplorer; run the sscep.exe from the command line and use ProcExp to suspend it. Then use View->LowerPane->Handles to inspect what network path(s) it accesses. Work out how your userid gains access to those network resources.
Bottom line: This is a sysAdmin problem not a perl problem.
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