SPUG: Bad file descriptor at .+ line \d+.

JD Brennan jazzdev at gmail.com
Wed May 24 17:21:37 PDT 2006

Yes, there's probably some specific privilege that would
work, but we're not concerned enough about the
security on this machine to spend the time trying to figure
it out.   It's an internal web server that everyone has
write permission to anyway.


On 5/24/06, Brandon Maust <bmaust at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 5/24/06, JD Brennan <jazzdev at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I just had to setup the Directory Security for the virtual
> > directory in IIS to use an account that is in the Local Administrators
> > group.  That seems to allow Perl CGIs to create subprocesses.
> running CGI processes (even perl) with administrative privileges is
> generally a scary way to do things.  Could adding the account to the
> local users group or granting it a specific privilege have the same
> effect?
> --
> Brandon

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