Hello Discipulus. I also have the same concern as the original poster, and I can tell you why I dont want to use the msi. Our tiny company has its employees connected via a simple Cloud drive (in this case, Copy.com). I want to install Strawberry into the Copy.com folder storage and am hoping that - presto! - my employees now all have access to it. I realize that their Windows paths (on their pc's) will not be updated, etc. - but that is no problem (I think) because the perl scripts will be called from other (master) software that they are already using. So I am planning to just have that master software itself know the correct path to perl. Will this work?
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