Its documented in the changes.txt file for RadiusNT. Anytime you
update RadiusNT, you should CAREFULLY read that file for changes,
and you can avoid issues like this in the future:
v2.5.208 - 12/15/99
* A new flag to Allow Malformed was added, to tell RadiusNT whether
to accept passwords not based on a 16 byte set, as per the RFC.
The default is to allow it, *HOWEVER* if you have an AllowMalformed
registry value set to 1, RadiusNT will not allow incorrect password
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> On 4/27/2000 at 10:02 AM Dale E. Reed Jr. wrote:
> >PowerNet wrote:
> >> Where exactly do I do that?
> >> and
> >> Will it require me to re-boot?
> >> We are using RadiusNT 2.5!
> >Run regedit and browse to:
> >and double click on AllowMalformed. Its probably either 0 or 1. Change
> >it to 3. You will need to restart RadiusNT, but not the computer.
> >Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT
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