Actually, thats probably good. The way to figure it out is run
the latest RadiusNT 2.5. In the registry, define LogFile and
AcctLogFile, pointing to a file like c:\radius\radauth.log and
c:\radius\radacct.log. Then you will have two log files that
contain the authentication and accounting debug, respectively.
Make sure the debug registry is set at -x15. These files WILL
grow fast, so make sure you have some diskspace avaialable.
Then when you have the 10 names or so of the problems, search
the radacct.log file for them. You may need to use a program
like split to split the log files it they are too big, or use
PFE32, which can load a file as big a you have virtual memory.
For speed, RadiusNT 2.5 keeps the logfiles open, so you will not
be able rename or cycle them w/out stopping RadiusNT.
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