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Richard Sensale ( (no email) )
Sun, 28 Jun 1998 00:55:16 -0400

Hmm this could be a problem for us. We have an arrangement with a gentleman
who resells our service. The way it works is that we bill him for all his
signups and he bills them independantly. We put all of his users in as Sub
account services under his MBR. So we can generate one bill for him with
all of his accounts on it. Juts how many can Emerald handle under one MBR?
-----Original Message-----
From: Dale Reed <daler@iea-software.com>
To: radiusnt@iea-software.com <radiusnt@iea-software.com>
Date: Saturday, June 27, 1998 1:11 PM
Subject: Re:

>Graeme Slogrove wrote:
>> > Is it unadvisable to create a large amount of subaccounts (4000 or
>> > so) under one masteraccount?
>> Very much so - the Emerald Admin program does _not_ handle it too
>> well. SQL Server has no problem.
>Actually, Emerald (not the admin, since its not relevant) does have a
>way of handling this. If you uncheck the "load services" it won't
>load them. A hidden feature of Emerlad is to click in the services
>grid and start typing. It will search to the login if you have
>services loaded. Otherwise, if you don't have serices loaded, just
>type the whole name in and hit edit and it will search/load the service.
>Emerald isn't designed for having 4000 users under a single MBR.
>Anyone trying to do that should have a Group and put them in as
>services, since thats most likely what you really want to do anyways.
>Dale E. Reed Jr. (daler@iea-software.com)
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