Server returns "HTTP 403.1 Forbidden: Execute Access Forbidden"
During the CGI install, the web server may return the error code:
HTTP 403.1 Forbidden: Execute Access Forbidden
You are running Microsoft IIS on a Windows machine.
The web server interpreted the request as an Executable request. If the request was to a *.pl file, then this is good - it probably means that the Perl-to-*.pl mapping has been set up properly.
The folder in which you are requesting does not have "Execute" access turned on.
How to fix the problem
If you have access to the Windows server, go to the Internet Services Manager, select your site, select "Properties", go to the "Home Directory" tab, and check "[x] Execute" (Windows NT 4). On Windows 2000 or XP, its a little different, you need to select "Execute Permissions: [Scripts and Executables]" from the dropdown. You do not need to reboot the computer after making the change, though on older systems it may be necessary to restart the web service.
If you do not have access to the NT server, then you must contact someone who does.
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