Re: [Emerald] Year 2000 problem

Duane Schaub ( )
Wed, 15 Sep 1999 15:10:43 -0500

I don't know about radusers, but radiusnt and Emerald work well as we have
had customers with 00+ expire dates for nearly a year. We also advance
ours dates to 02/00 and it worked as expected. 12/99 stuff was expired and
3/00 wasn't.


At 01:03 PM 9/15/99 -0400, you wrote:
>I have discovered a slight problem with Y2k and the setup we are using here
>and figured I'd better mention this for everyone.
>If you are using the radusers.exe program to dump users to a text file so
>you have a backup incase SQL server goes down. Well radusers.exe doesn't
>seem to understand that 00 is next year and thinks any users who are paid up
>thru next year are expired so they don't get put in the users file.
>I'm not sure if it's something in radusers of if it's a stored procedure
>that does this but the end result is any users who's expire date is beyond
>12/31/99 won't be able to login since they are missing from the users file.
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