This is probably because an existing copy of Perl is installed in your machine. The existing copy is either installed in a directory that InTime did not find or is incompatible with InTime. In this example below, Perl is installed in D: instead of C:
Click Windows > Control Panel > System > Advanced system settings link.
Click Advanced > Environment Variables..
Under User variables, click PL_PERL_HOME > Edit.
Under Edit User Variables, key in a new value for Variable and click OK.
Under System variables, click PL_PERL_HOME > Edit button.
Under Edit System Variables, key in a new value for Variable and click OK.
Click OK to exit. You may need to restart your computer for the settings to take effect.
- Windows Operating System
Knowledge Base ID: 1000 - Last Review: May 20, 2014 - Revision: 1.0