It doesn't have to run on a PDC, but it doesn't have to have access
to the domain. If you run it on a standalone server, without the
domain specifier, it will auth locally.
What version of RadiusNT (-v) are you using? Only RadiusNT 2.2
and higher support NT SAM authentication.
> I remember reading an older version of the documentation saying that you
> needed to add 1024 to the
> options registry key; but that is omitted in the documentation that
> comes with version 2.2. I was wondering if
The 1024 is for password replacement.
> anyone has got this working, or if anything needed to be done in
> addition to what the documentation says.
> Do you need to run in ODBC mode? Does it need to be running as a
> service to authenticate through the NT SAM?
> If so, does the service need to run as someone special?
Either mode will work. Just make sure you are running as a user
with sufficient rights to authenticate a user.
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