No. The RadiusNT sets the "Defaults" for RadiusNT. You can over-ride
this on the command line for debug. But if you specify options in the
admin, and just start Radius with "radius -x15" all those are in affect.
> radius -x15 -b
> This works fine for 49 but not 60.
Do a cut/paste of what follows after this. You may need to go
into the admin and specify the directory information, though.
The default typically doesn't work.
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