No. You would have to manually move the information from the NT SAM
to the database.
> do queries on my users from an Access Database or perhaps use Cold Fusion
> to produce some nice applications which pull from the RadiusNT ODBC
> database. I could also create a table in the database which would have the
> user name, address, etc. info (I am sure Emerald makes this part simple).
Those fields already exist in the sample database.
> Secondly, is there a way to use RadiusNT with NT 4.0 RAS? This would
> allow me to get RadiusNT now and starting setting it up before we implement
> the PM3.
Install the NT Option pack and RAS can be used as a RADIUS client.
> Third, do I have to create the inital database with all of the Tables,
> Fields, etc. or does it come with a template databse to get started. I was
> thinking of using MS Access 7.0 to create the data source.
An MS Access sample database is included.
> Fourth, will RadiusNT use clear text for authenticating or does it require
> PAP or CHap?
Clear Text/PAP are the same thing. It can use either PAP or CHAP for
> Fifth, is there a way to have RadiusNT to authenticate by firsting
> searching the NTUserdatabase then the ODBC. I was just wondering if I
> would have to always enter users in the NT database or can I also enter
> them in the ODBC or a text file.
No, but you can have it check the database, and if not found, then check
the NT SAM.
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