Ted Olson ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Sat, 05 Apr 1997 10:01:51 -0800
At 11:33 PM 4/4/97 -0800, you wrote:
>On Fri, 4 Apr 1997, Ted Olson wrote:
>> Good idea. Our indication is that the service is running (by looking in
>> control panel, or typing net start, or 'net stop radius' (service stopped),
>> then 'net start radius' (service started) ... but at that point we can
>> *still* run it from a command prompt! Another reply suggested removing and
>> then installing the RadiusNT service, sounds like another good idea.
>I think I just figured this out (ding, light comes on). You said
>you upgraded from 1.16.NT, which used srvany. Therefore, what is
>starting as a service is SRVANY, and RadiusNT is not starting
>(probably because of a config problem). So the service says it
>starts, but RadiusNT itself did not start.
>The best solution was my previous post. Uninstall the sarvany
>service, and have RadiusNT 1.16.60 install itself natively as a
Thanks Dale. I haven't done this yet, but it *does* make sense (I love it
when that happens)! I'll make the switch over the weekend and post the results.