* An Ascend could cause RadiusNT to crash by sending a username longer
than 128 characters. Livingston's only allow 64 character usernames
did not allow this to become a problem.
* You can now specify a username and password in the registry to
which RadiusNT will login to the ODBC DSN as. The Value names
should be "UserName" and "Password". Both types are REG_SZ.
This allows you to have the RadiusNT service run as the system
account in service manager. Please not the security issue of having
a clear text password; you should apply security the the registry
for RadiusNT to prevent everyone from seeing the password. You should
also use a username/password with limited SQL permissions in case
the password does get out.
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