RadiusNT 2.2 doesn't support a NULL maExpireDate field, although the docs
says it does. Sorry about the confusion.
> it says 00 if I try 2000. Now, I have asked for help, and I have gotten
2/2/00 is Feb 2, 2000. Just like 12/31/99 is really Dec 32, 1999.
> some. We run great in Text mode, but in ODBC, nothing but problems, and if
> I do get it to run, when I come in the next day, it has performed an error
> and shut down. I want some peoples opinion on if using ODBC is really worth
> the trouble?
Whats options do you have enabled in the RadiusNT admin and what kind of
database are you using?
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