[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Might be worth trying: =~ "."
> Maybe regexp operator will sift those that don't exist.
>
> Ivan Kalik
> Kalik Informatika ISP
>
>
> Dana 22/4/2007, "Arran Cudbard-Bell" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> piše:
>
>   
>> Alan DeKok wrote:
>>     
>>> Arran Cudbard-Bell wrote:
>>>
>>>       
>>>> Just wondering if theres any way of checking the existence of
>>>> User-Password in users...
>>>> =* ANY always matches even if User-Password attribute isn't in the
>>>> request.. which is not the correct behaviour.
>>>>
>>>>         
>>>   That was done historically because the server didn't have
>>> Cleartext-Password.  Now that it does, I think that should be fixed in
>>> 1.1.7.
>>>
>>>   Alan DeKok.
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>> And cvs head ? :)
>>
>> Could the check_val module be used in the mean time ?
>>
>> I was just looking to implement your trick with the authz sections,
>> unfortunately I also need to support ClearText passwords
>> for administrative logins to the switches... so I needed to check the
>> existence of a User-Password attribute and send the request through the
>> right authz section.
>>
>> Oh btw, any news on the radclient bug ?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Arran
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No sadly not tried it already, still matches.
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