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IIS eating my perl scrips

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I'm running Win Nt 4.0 and IIS 3.0 trying to migrate a site from unix to it.  I just installed the perl for NT and gave it the needed permisions and paths, however whenever I run my scripts through I always get back http:/1.0 501 and I don't know why?  What am I doing wrong???
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Probably you have not installed perl correctly, there are some registry settings.  You can get detail guide at the following url:

http://www.endcontsw.com/people/evangelo/Perl_for_Win32_FAQ_6.html#6_3


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