1. Make sure you have ActiveState Perl Installed on your server.
2. Create a folder name "cgi-bin" in your web directory.
3. Open IIS
4. Right Click on the "cgi-bin" folder you have just created.
5. Under Directory tab > Application Settings, set Execute Permissions to "Scripts & Executables"
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My individual website folders are all in a folder called localuser the full path is d:\wwwroot\LocalUser\websitename
A: Where should i create the cgi folder.
B: Do i need a cgi folder for each website
B: Can this software monitor all the websites in IIS or just one.
C: My W3C log files are saved in C:\windows\system32\logfiles so do i need to move these.