Services running as the system can not access the network. Services
running as a user can
not access the local display. My bet is the first for your problem.
You may also want
to use a UNC, rather than a drive letter like \\server\radius
> We are running Ignore case on a flat file
> Note that this registry configuration will work if it is manually started by typing
> radius -x -I from the radius directory. When I do start it from the command prompt I get
But thats apples to oranges. When running in the foreground, it runs as
a user who
IS allowed to access the network, etc. Configure the service to start
as the user
you are logeed in as and see if it changes things.
> Any thoughts out there as to what may be preventing this? I really would like to read from a single user file for both authenticators (ease of maintenance)
I can only say one word: ODBC. :)
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