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After the update of packages (sort of apt-get update) i come to Net DNS module (my version was 0.70) and i choose 0.80 – the updated one .After 1 in i got error : failed 401 Authorization Required In couple of places it gave me this error as well : 401 Authorization Required I started to check my Perl installation and if it need to be update.First you'd like to put it in some private directory, try it, and install to the system only once you are sure it works well.

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I used the 3 part ppm repository’s , and the BEST of them is here : Perl_on_Windows you know/have more ppm repository’s please contact me or PM me to my email in contact page .

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Hello every one , I have installed in my VPS windows 2012 new Plesk version 12.0.18 . The answer is simple , i need this for new DNS propagation checker . In first 10-5 sec i did the basic staff like update the packages in that PPM .

As admin of the server i did found this page : KB in Parallels web site that explains how to install Perl modules via PPM manager .

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