No. You can install it to whereever you want. The old radlogin looked
for c:\radius explicitly. The new one with RadiusNT 2.2 is standalone
and doesn't. It really was a radlogin, not RadiusNT, issue.
> I can't believe I am having this difficult of a time finding something which
> will me a few simple criteria:
> Run using an SQL server
> Pass filters to the USR node
> Pass statically assigned IP addresses
> Do accounting and security authorization
> Be able to do concurrency checking
> Be able to administer users remotely
RadiusNT should be able to do all that.
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