Thought I might share this as I was having a problem running Radiator as an NT service using the current instructions. I was finally able to make things work using the following modified directions which I integrated from the Srvany instructions. It basically breaks down the single command line into several sections. This starts right after you have installed Srvany. 1. You must now edit the Registry to tell SRVANY which application to run. Run the Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe)and locate the following subkey: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\radiato r 1. Create a new key in radiator called Parameters with Edit->New->Key 2. Select the new Parameters sub-key, create a new string value of type REG_SZ in Parameters with Edit->New->String Value. Give it the name "Application" 3. Edit the new Application string value to be the full command name required to run Radiator. Something like: "C:\perl\5.00502\bin\perl.exe radiusd" (without quotes) 4. Create another new string value of type REG_SZ in Parameters with Edit->New->String Value. Give it the name "AppParameters" 5. Edit the new AppParameters string value to everything you would normally Something like: "-config_file radius.cfg" (without quotes) 6. Create another new string value of type REG_SZ in Parameters with Edit->New->String Value. Give it the name "AppDirectory" 7. Edit the new AppParameters string value to everything you would normally Something like: "C:\Radiator-2.11" (without quotes) 8. Exit the Registry Editor. 9. You can now start the "radiator" service manually using the Services application in the Control Panel. Check that its working OK. 10. Restart your NT machine. Radiator should now start automatically. It might take a minute or two before all NT services get started at boot time. For further information, see "HOWTO: Create a User-Defined Service" at http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q137/8/90.a sp. You also may want to read the "Srvany.wri" file that accompanies the "Srvany.exe" in the NT Resource Kit as it goes into detail about using a LocalSystem account versus an admin type account. Michael Jaworski Puget Sound Network, Inc. (206) 217-0400 === Archive at http://www.thesite.com.au/~radiator/ To unsubscribe, email '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' with 'unsubscribe radiator' in the body of the message.