Administering Windows NT Server via CGI-Perl

I would like to find books, materials, web-sites,.. on how to create cgi scripts in Perl on a Windows NT Server / Workstation computer. How to edit, add, delete registry.
These tasks are not frequently documented and as I am learning Perl I would like to study on this topic, as well as how to create API with Perl.

Please reply if you have some tips. I would appreciate any help.

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mkornellCommented:
The two best Web sources for NT Perl are:

http://www.activeware.com

and

http://www.perl.org

The Activeware site has a port of Perl5.003 to NT, and pointers to NT Perl related informationwww.perl.org is the "main" perl site.  www.perl.org/CPAN is the home of the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network, a bunch of Perl modules developed by various authors.  Of prime interest would be the Win32 section...

HTH,
--mark;
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sangeliAuthor Commented:
The question was answerd but I would like to see if there is a book that explains the meaning of the commands used in the examples codes writen by others. I do appreciate the fac of sharing web site with me, but a more dettailed reference and more related also to the administration of the NT server would be useful.

Thank you
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