Specifically, this does two things:
1) The order at which applications are started. However, this
does NOT mean that SQL Server must be up and operational before
RadiusNT, just that it will be started (and SQL Server's Service
Dispatcher will return an OK to the Service Manager) before
RadiusNT is started. SQL Server might take another 5 mins to
2) That if SQL Server is stopped, RadiusNT will be stopped also.
The reverse is NOT true, however.
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