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You might want to check out Cannot run Perl under IIS or this.

Check to make sure you have E:\Perl (or whatever is appropriate for your isntallation) in your PATH environment variable.

Also, you need to have the same .pl extension defined at the OS level (file types within the folder options applet)

In reply to Re: Perl under Win 2000 & IIS 5.0 by earthboundmisfit
in thread Perl under Win 2000 & IIS 5.0 by gary kuipers

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