> Option 'Disable User Cache Authentication' in RadiusNT Administrator 3.0 is
> I tried to intercept the username and password of every user that logs in,
> by adding a sql-insert-cmd to the stored procedure 'RadGetUsers':
Hmm, Create an MBR for the accounts you want to import into your other
radius server and write down it's CustomerID.
> CREATE PROCEDURE RadGetUser @user VARCHAR(64) , @password VARCHAR(32) AS
IF NOT EXISTS (SELECT * FROM SubAccounts WHERE Login = @user)
INSERT INTO SubAccounts
SELECT (customer id of your new mbr), 'spy','table','PPP',@user,'ANY',1
SELECT ... (The stock SELECT statement which comes with RadGetUser)
Enable Password replace in Radius Administrator.
This will create a SubAccount for each missing user (as they login) in the
database. With password replace Radius replaces the ANY keyword in the
new accounts password field with the password they entered.
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