The new version relies on the DB enginer to calculate the
expiration, rather than having a lot of extra date code in
RadiusNT itself. These are common functions the backend
can do easily. We chose to let the backend do the grunt work
on it, and thats when the MS Access support of DateAdd() with
a NULL surfaced.
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