> Sure it is...sounds like either you don't have Perl in your path or you > don't have the testperl.pl script. To find out if you have Perl in your > path type "perl -v" at your command prompt. It should spew out a whole load > of information about what version of Perl you are running. > Thanks for taking the time to answer, but I'm not so dumb as to bother the list with a question until I have ascertained the obvious - indeed, my original post said: "Install Perl and make sure that the PATH setting in your autoexec.bat includes the directory C:\perl\bin. >>Done that" and the perltest script runs on a remote server but not locally. Any more ideas out there? Cheers, Paul.