You should be expected a "\bD\@" on the second one. That means it did
authenticated the user. \c is a failure.
If you do an authentication request using Radlogin for wupg does it
return a good or bad auth or does -x15 debug show a good or bad?
> Either way Whats up is filling my radlogs table.
> In config 1 with message No UserName
> In config 2 with message No Password,(Username"wupg")
> Is there any way to configure What's Up, RadiusNT, or SQL Server to stop
> these worthless logs.
This is one of my posts from the archives that details how to do it,
correct expect string:
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