Hi Dwayne,

2 things:

On NT, it is often not necessary to sepcify DomainController, your Radiato will
figure it out. But if you do specify a DomainController on NT, you will need to
include the leading slashes on the machine name (ie standard MS machine naming

Hope that helps.

On Jul 22, 11:39pm, Dwayne Godden wrote:
> Subject: (RADIATOR) Need Help
> I'm Trying to Authenticate to a Windows NT server 4 and I get regected can
some help with the config.
> Domain Name = Hardnet
> Domain controler = Nix
> I have looked in all the docs I have and none of what it tels workes
> thankyou.
> Dwayne Godden..
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