> The Directory was C:\radius\clients
> The file name is "clients" in:
c:\radius\clients is a FILE. That config wants the RADIUS
DIRECTORY. Change it to c:\radius. You should have a file
called clients in c:\radius, as you stated above.
> That is what I can't figure out. I have everything
> pointed correctly. Since I am running Portmasters, I
> don't need the dictionary file, and that's is currently
> what it seems to be stuck on at this point.
No you don't, as I stated in my last message. DataDirectory
is a "directory". ANY NAS needs the dictionary. RadiusNT
uses the Dictionary to translate numbers to words. Without
it, RadiusNT will NOT work.
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