Apache programs to Windows nt

How do I change my programs which run on an Apache server to run on nt? Is it true that I need to take out the path line (#!/usr/bin/perl)? Is there any other differences?
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If perl is installed correctly under NT you don´t have to modify the path #!/usr/bin/perl

You have to take care of the cpan libs and you have to think about that you don´t have the sendmail under NT.

the perl language on NT is of course the same like on Unix. (I guess you mean Unix instead of Apache in your question, cause apache could run under both systems)

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budginAuthor Commented:
Thanks. That's exactly what I needed to know - and yes, I did mean Unix.
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