Go into Radius NT Administrator, then ODBC OPTIONS.
Under AUTHENTICATION check:
VARIABLE LOGIN LIMITS
Then you can limit each SERVICE within Emerald to as many logins as you
wish. I believe it defaults to one login.
Alan D. Criado
At 02:26 AM 7/12/98 +1000, Greg H wrote:
>I have always run radius in a dos window with -x15,mainly so i can see
>whats going on during a login ,(usually incorrect passwords:)).
>After a fresh Install of radiusnt 2.5 and Emerald.
>My problem is that now,when i start "radius -x15" I it doesnt show any
>info when a user dials in.Im thinking that perhaps I should be running
>it as a service and get the info i want ,such as errors encountered
>during a dial in etc.Where would i look for that info ?
>Also im looking for a good ,easy reliable way to limit an user to one
>dial in at a time.Any suggestions ?Even something will limit ALL users
>to one at a time will do :) Is it as simple as adding something to the
>radius dictionary and one line is the user file ? I think there is
>login limit options in emerald but they do not work for me.Im assuming
>that they will work with the appropriate additions to radius dictionary
>and user file.Am i on the right track here ?