Re: Can't start as a service (still...)

Serge Stein/i2Tech ( )
20 Dec 96 11:05:43 EDT

Kendrick Myatt wrote:
> At 03:59 PM 12/19/96 -0500, Jeff Woods wrote:
> >You're not having it log on as the proper user -- system account is NOT
> >sufficient. I had to make it log on as the Administrator in order to get
> >it to go. (Set these under Control Panel | Services | RadiusNT | Startup).
> ###################
> Hmmmm... I'll give that a try. I was able to get it to work on
> another machine using System account, though. That led me to believe > that
it was something weird on my machine that was doing it... One > sec... Nope,
didn't work. Very strange.... *sigh* Thanks for the > tip, though! I wish
it had worked :)

Don't think you can login to SQL Server as a system account on mix
security. Then Dale recommended that you not to use admin account to
login into SQL server, for security reasons. So what you want to do is
create a user call radius who belongs to Domain user and SQLUsers
group. Make sure radius has proper security in SQL Server for Emerald
databse. Make sure radius can login in locally, login in as a service,
and login from network (Well, I had to do this because disabled login
from network for group everyone). Add DependOnService = MSSQLServer on
RadiusNT registry settings and you are all set.

Tommy Cheng
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