It was suggested to me on the MSNews group for IIS
that I use the same registry modification as was used in
Located in MSKB at:
The only difference was to only use one %s
With IIS4 you also need to register .pl with the domain/directory
you want make executable. The script registration needs
to be identical to that used in the NT registry. (with %s)
After that the scripts worked perfectly. FYI: I have not checked as to
whether the single %s was the trick yet as I had to move on to
the next fire.
Be sure to verify you permissions also. I have always found it
easiest to open them up completely, get things functional and
then tighten them and re-verify functionality.
I have not looked into it very far yet but has anyone setup a
common CGI directory for all hosted domains the way you
could in IIS3. I would like to setup a directory of common scripts
with a relative access rather than the full domain url. If you have
done this how did you assign the address?
Anyway, I hope this helps.
John David M. Miller - email@example.com
SAMnet / Software and More, Inc. - http://www.samnet.net