Re: Radius couldnt start as service

Sinh Huynh ( shuynh@socs.uts.EDU.AU )
Wed, 09 Jul 1997 11:24:22 +1000

You need to put the users file in the directory named radius ( by default ),
go to radius set up fill in the field users file directory ( ex. c:\radius ).
To make it become a service, go to dos prompt , run this command :
radius -install
Read the instruction, it shows you how to do these things.
Hope this help.

At 11:27 PM 7/8/97 +0300, you wrote:
>Hi there,
>I installed radiusnt and emerald today, but couldn't manage to start
>radiusnt as a nt service.
>When I did:
>radius -x15 it gave this error:
>Users file couldn't opened.
>I need your answers URGENTLY.
>Best REgards.
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