I don't know if 1.16 had an Admin? You need to put the Username
and password registry options in so that RadiusNT knows who to
> Would a newer version of Radius NT work better? I'm planning on purchasing
> it because of the Y2K thing but it is still a very expensive piece of
> software and If I can delay that a little, I will.
Probably. RadiusNT 2.5 comes with an Admin that makes it easier to
configure who it connects as.
> I'm using SQL server 6.5 with the latest service pack. Radius is NOT run
> as a service. The session is opened as "administrator" and there's an
> administrator account in SQL server an I gave it all the permissions I
> could find. This is probably the worse way to do it so thanks in advance
> for any help.
Just set the username and password in the registry and it should be
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