You can't. in -b mode RadiusNT will ALWAYS looks in the ODBC first.
Upon not finding a match, it will look in the users file (and eventually
your DEFAULT). Therefore as you add the users into the database, their
new account is used, and not their old one.
You may also be mis-understanding how ODBC works. ODBC is a SEPERATE
list of users, like the users file is. You can use ODBC, you can use
the users file, or you can use both. You do NOT have an entry in the
users file to tell RadiusNT to check ODBC for a certain user or
default. In ODBC only mode, NO text files are used at all. All the
information (including dicitonary, NAS, clients, users, etc) come
from the DB.
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