I am using kubuntu 10.10 which uses perl5 (revision 5 version 10 subversion 1). To run the script I had to add
use feature qw(say);
to run it using say instead of print.
I am not sure when say was implemented in perl. To run it on perl versions lower than 5.10. I would recommend to replace say with print.
Running your script gives me an empty string for User ID and Password when I replace MyFolder with 'Network Management' and User ID and Password with my credentials.
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