What you have to do is define the domain in the RadRoamDomains table,
and make sure both the strip domain and treat as local options are checked.
When RadiusNT sees the treat as local flag with the strip domain, it
will strip the domain off the username and then try and authenticate
the username locally from the database.
Because you can define a DEFAULT proxy server, you must define the
exceptions that will be allowed to authenticate locally (where the
username includes a domain), or RadiusNT will just forward the proxy
on to the default.
> We also see ODBC error 07001.
Where? I'd need to see the -x15 debug around this to make some
sense of it. Many ODBC errors are specific to the ODBC driver you
are using, and since I don't know if you are using SQL Server,
Access, Sybase or Oracle, I can't even guess. :(
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