Make sure that you stop RadiusNT and restart it whenever you make changes
to the users file.
> I am currently setting up a new ISP service and am having a little
> configuring RadiusNT. When I run a modified 'users' file, I get the
> '0 users loaded!
> Here's what I've done so far - I started off by copying the
> file to 'users' and ran 'RadiusNT -x15 -A' as described in the install
> notes and all ran fine. I received the message 'x Users Loaded'. I dialed
> into my system using the 'test' user id and it all worked. Great! I then
> started to build my own user file but when I tried it out I rxed the
> message '0 users loaded'. I checked for tab spacing, all is fine. Next
> I copied 'users.example' to 'users' again and tested. Loaded fine. I then
> added a user to this file and tried it, '0 users loaded!'. Hmmm, I said
> myself. Next I copied 'users.example' to 'users' again and went to the
> blank line in the comments section in the header and typed 'blah blah
> blah'. I did this in the *comments* section along with all the other
> comments. I then ran RadiusNT and '0 users loaded!'.
> What am I doing wrong? It seems that whenever I make a change to the
> file it will not load. I have checked ownership, rights, and file
> attributes. The only difference is the date stamp.
> My system is NT 4.0 and a livingston PM2e-R