Re: newbie question - service?
Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Mon, 17 Feb 1997 22:50:09 -0800
Jake Moch wrote:
> >radius.exe -install
> >and RadiusNT will install itself as a service. Use RadAdmn to configure
> >the options, and then start the service in the control panel.
> Didn't work when I tried it ... it seemed like it was doing something but
> the registry remained exactly the same and no service showed up on reboot
> even after manually editing the services file and adding the ports 1645/udp
> and 1646/udp for Radius and Radadmin... I had to use the resource kit to
> install RadiusNT_60 on NT4.0 for the first time.
Is it possible that you have an NT Service and the services file
mixed up? Use control panel, services to verify and start the
What did RadiusNT say when you executed the above? I also don't
know what you mean about the resource kit. RadiusNT runs as a native
service, without any other programs help.
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