Problems installing Activestate Perl on Win 10 x64

I made a build including all packages I will need. Got the link, then did
C:\Users\sale>powershell -Command "& $([scriptblock]::Create((New-Object Net.WebClient).DownloadString(‘https://platform.activestate.com/dl/cli/pdli01/install.ps1’))) -activate-default sale21/Perl-5.34.0-Windows1"
• Preparing Installer for State Tool Package Manager…√ Done

State Tool Package Manager is already installed. To reinstall use the --force flag.

Running state activate --default sale21/Perl-5.34.0-Windows1

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Could not activate sale21/Perl-5.34.0-Windows1, error returned: exit status 1

So I tried again with the --force flag and again no luck:

C:\Users\sale>powershell -Command “& $([scriptblock]::Create((New-Object Net.WebClient).DownloadString(‘https://platform.activestate.com/dl/cli/pdli01/install.ps1’))) -activate-default sale21/Perl-5.34.0-Windows1” --force
• Preparing Installer for State Tool Package Manager…√ Done

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Could not retrieve install package information

Any ideas?

Hey @sale21 - I’ll check in with the State Tool team and get back to you!

Hi @sale21, I wonder if you might have a firewall or some other type of network filter (eg. a proxy) configured that might be interfering. Could you run set VERBOSE=true in your command prompt and then run the one liner again? Then share the FULL output.

This should hopefully give us more information about why it’s unable to retrieve the package information.