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I am trying to run a search script on a NT server. The script works on my local NT workstation when I run it from "/perl/bin". I am using the File::Find module. I now need to run the search on my server searching the "inetpub/wwwroot" directory.
The problem is on the server the "inetpub/wwwroot" is on the F drive. I am trying to run this script to fetch data in this directory:
"inetput/wwwroot"
but get an error where it cant find the directory. Error message:
Can't stat /inetpub/wwwroot: No such file or directory No such file or directory


I am running it using the "use File::Find"
Here are my attempts:
find( &mySubroutine, "inetpub/wwwroot"); find( &mySubroutine, "F://inetpub/wwwroot"); find( &mySubroutine, "F:/inetpub/wwwroot"); find( &mySubroutine, "F:\\inetpub\wwwroot"); find( &mySubroutine, "F:\inetpub\wwwroot"); find( &mySubroutine, "\inetpub\wwwroot");

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