It really depends on couple of things. The main thing is the USABILITY
of the data.
If all you have is username/password, then I would say no. if you have
a lot of the
information that Emerald needs, then it might be worth it. The ther
thing would be the
number of users. For a small number of users (say < 100) its probably
worth it. Since you could use this as an audit of your user
information, it might
be better to just type the information in. For a larger user base with
a conversion program might be worth it. Its really just evaluating
which one takes
> Second question.
> I installed SQL then emerald then Radius. I recall seeing a screen that gave the option to integrate radius with emerald. At the time it was greyed out becuase I did not have radius installed.
You are referring to the installer. The current installer does not
RadiusNT as well (its installed seperately).
> How do I get back to that option now that radius is installed.?
You don't. Just use RadiusNT admin to configure RadiusNT for ODBC, and
select the ODBC DSN you created that points to SQL Server and the
> Third.. Is there a manual somewhere?
The user manual may be available shortly. We are working hard on it.
check out the emerdocs.zip in the /emerald/beta directory for some
until the new user manual is available.
> Oh well thanks for any help you can give..
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