Re: [RadiusNT] NT domain authentication problem

chensak ( (no email) )
Thu, 4 Mar 1999 12:14:25 +0700

After I looked for your advice in DUN, I didn't see any authentication
checkbox that you mentioned, the O.S. I used is Win 95 an Win98 (I think
that you mentioned this feature in WinNT). And how can I set the DUN to not
bring terminal after dialed, jut put username and password in DUN, like
dialing to most ISP, this is what I want it to be.
For the modification that I made to users file, is it correct ? Do I
have to do anything else? Thank you for your support.

-----Original Message-----
From: Dale E. Reed Jr. <>
To: <>
Date: 4 มีนาคม 2542 11:59
Subject: Re: [RadiusNT] NT domain authentication problem

>> chensak wrote:
>> I tested RadiusNT 2.5 on NT/Alpha, first I tested by using the user
>> in users file that come with radius ,user "test", Password: "test", it
>> 's o.K., RadiusNT can authenticate this user.
>> 1. My question is : How can I set the username and password only one
>> time in Dial-up networking ? Now I have to select "Bring up terminal
>> windows after dialing" in the property of that dial-up networking,
>> that is ,when I dialed successfully , the terminal screen showed and I
>> have to put username and password again in terminal windows...If I
>> didn't select "Bring up terminal after dialing", it didn't work and I
>> didn't pass the authentication process.
>> 2.. My purpose is to use NT Domain authen, because my customer has a
>> lot of users on NT Domain,
>> When I tried to config the RadiusNT to use NT Domain
>> Authentication, by edit the 2 lines in users file,
>> * In clients file, I put the Access Server 's IP Address and secret
>> key
>> * In users file, I modified the DEFAULT line to DEFAULT Password =
>> "WINNT\DOMAIN" (I put my NT Domain "bdg") and User-Service =
>> Framed-User
>> * I did the same in question 1. , that is the terminal screen
>> happen, after dialed, I put my NT usersname and password ,but
>> unsuccessfully, "Authentication failed".
>Most likely the problem is that you are using CHAP for the
>Bringing up a terminal window allows PAP. You can change your security
>settings in DUN to "Allow any, including clear text" and it should work.
>Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT
>IEA Software, Inc.
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