Did you select the DSN from the general tab? Can you connect to the DSN
using another program like MS Query? Do you have anything in the database
> ODBC Licenses: SQLExecDirect Error:
> [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Invalid object name
> radius: Invalid Database or Computer Date.
This means one of two things. First, that the Liscenses table does
not exist. Secondly that the date on your SQL Database is newer than
the date on your computer or RadiusNT could not determine the date of
> I am not sure what the system is trying to achieve at this point, there is no
> table in the radius database called "Liscenses", there is not even one with
> the correct spelling of "Licenses".
Is there anything in the database?
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