Jeff Binkley ( )
Thu, 30 Apr 1998 08:47:00 -0500

If by overhead you mean cost, is sure can be. If you follow to the
letter Microsoft's licensing model, you need to have a client license
for each user or followup the concurrency model, either of which can
start to climb quickly when you have to add users into SAM.

Jeff Binkley
ASA Network Computing

N>How well with this configuration scale? I have problems when running
N>thousands of virtual domains. I would like to offer FP extensions, but
N>overhead seems very high.


N>At 04:53 PM 4/29/98 -0400, you wrote:
N>>I set up every user with a web page and frontpage. Since I have to
N>set up >the IIS for web it is very easy to do the same for FTP all
N>>from the same tool. A new customer = new group and new user in user
N>manager. I have no >problem using the NT sam. That's why I asked the
N>original question, to see >if I was missing something.
N>>> -----Original Message-----
N>>> From: Jeff Woods []
N>>> Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 1998 4:45 PM
N>>> To:
N>>> Subject: RE: FTP Service on IIS 4.0

N>>> At 04:03 PM 4/29/98 -0400, you wrote:

N>>> >How do you provide web page authentication with RAIDUS? I wasn't
N>>> aware you
N>>> >could do this. That would make for a different situation.... Do
N>>> you provide
N>>> >frontpage extensions on your web pages? Does that allow for RADIUS
N>>> >authentication as well?

N>>> No, that I cannot do (wish I could). I do have to retain separate
N>>> SAM entries for FP extensions, but very few of my customers use it
N>>> -- most use FTP to update pages, and SERV-U can and does
N>authenticate out of RADIUS. >
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