article Error: System can not find the path specified

This error is generally seen when using perl-based plug-in monitors and may refer to any path listed in the perl script.

This issue can usually be resolved by ensuring that perl exists where it should (default should be C:\perl\bin\perl) and that all paths referenced in the perl script are valid (e.g. ..\\tmp\\).

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