The Default limit ONLY effects accounts you create AFTER changing it... You
will have to manually change, or do a query, to change accounts that have
already been created....
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email@example.com
> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of David Routh
> Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 1999 2:20 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [Emerald] Confused...
> >The export takes the temp/perm extends into consideration (which you
> >have set to 7 for each, which is 1+7+7 (15 days, so they stop working
> >on the 16th). You want to set the default expire to 0, default extend
> >to 0, and the Default limit to 15 for your setup.
> OK, I did that and the Radius file showed Oct 17 as the expiration... so I
> set the Default Limit to 14 and got an expiration of Oct 16... am I right
> in saying that on the 16 the account won't work... they won't be able to
> >> Is there something above that needs to be changed in order to have the
> >> customer expire on the 15th?
> >Do you mean the radius expore file or the true ExpireDate?
> If the Expire Date on the customer record shows 10/1/1999 and the Default
> Limit is set to 14 then will the account be inactive (not be able
> to login)
> starting at 12:00 am on the 16th?
> Thanks for all the clarification.
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