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Personally, I would try to avoid mixing threads and Win32::OLE, as I fear to omit relevant parts of the dance described in the documentation for Win32::OLE->Initialize(). I would look at the WMI command line tool wmic.exe as an alternative approach to multiprocessing, and launch that from multiple threads. There is some documentation in the MS technet.


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