Hi. I've googled this to Hell and back. I'm running the latest install of Activestate Perl ( Microsoft IIS (6.0) has been configured to recognize .pl and .plx extensions and run them with the Perl interpreter.

The problem is that I would like to run the Perl scripts in taint mode. Since this is not a Unix server, adding -T to the shebang line doesn't seem to work. Every tutorial page says to change the associations so that IIS runs taint mode Perl . . . but doesn't explain how to accomplish this.

I know how to change associations, rename extensions and such. However, what do I change the associated filename/path to? (For non-taint Perl, the filename/path is set to C:\Perl\bin\perl.exe "%s" %s. This path was set automagically during the Perl installation.)

Thank you for your help.

In reply to How do I use taint mode with Windows Server 2003? (Other than shebang line) by sithsasquatch

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