(RADIATOR) Time check and reply
mikem at open.com.au
Thu Jun 5 08:29:51 CDT 2003
On Thu, 5 Jun 2003 11:07 pm, Mike McCauley wrote:
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> I don't want to sound like a newb, but this is a new thing for us to try.
> I am attempting to get our customers to only be able to authenticate
> durring a set time period. I believe that the Time check and reply section
> (13.1.13) is what I am needing, but I am unsure how or where it goes in the
> realm file.
Yes, you need the Time check item, but it has to go in the user database as a
per-user check item, not in the configuration file. You need to add something
like this to you user database:
mikem User-Password = "fred", Time = "MoTuWe0800-1610,Wk2200-0400"
> I have placed the Time entry inside the realm file, as well as in the
> AuthBy sections, and each time it reports
> ERR: Unknown keyword 'Time'
> Is this a dictionary problem or am I just not putting/doing it right?
> The entry I have been using is
> Time = "Al1200-1800"
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Mike McCauley mikem at open.com.au
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