Well it's certainly been thought about here before
, but that's it locally. Dare I mention that there are other places to search for
Perl information? Especially when you're talking about Win32
and/or Microsoft questions, try searching ActiveState
. While there
doesn't appear to be a module anywhere I've seen, a number of people are using
Win32::OLE for this purpose (e.g. here
). Of course you're probably
doing that already, or perhaps using the ss command-line interface.
If you are in the mood to contribute, you might check out
VCS and VCP on CPAN.
I'd like to be able to assign to an luser
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