You should be able to put your -T in after "perl.exe" and before the quoted %s, e.g., C:\Perl\bin\perl.exe -T "%s" %s wherever you find that in the registry.


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

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