Hi. I've googled this to Hell and back. I'm running the latest install of Activestate Perl (5.8.7.813). 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.
SithSasquatch

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

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