I am running perl on NT with IIS as the web server.
Basic authentication is used for access control and
file permissions are appropriately set for users.
The web browser however sometimes gives me the message
Can't open perl script "scriptname.pl" : Permission Denied.
even though permissions are available to the user.
Stranger still... . after a couple of refreshes or reloads
at the browser the perl script magically runs and the form
appears on the browser.
This problem has been haunting me for a while .... i cant
seem to get rid of it. Can anyone help ?
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