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c:\windows>netsh ras aaaa set authserver ? set authserver [ name = ] server [ [secret =] secret [init-score =] InitialScore [port =] port [timeout =] timeout [signature = ] ENABLED|DISABLED ] Provides an IP address or name of a RADIUS server to pass authentication requests. name The DNS name or IP address of the RADIUS server secret The shared secret init-score Initial score (server priority) port Sets the port on which to send the authentication requests. timeout The timeout period before the RADIUS server is marked unavailable (seconds) signature whether to use Message Authenticator

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netsh ras aaaa set authserver - Windows Vista - command Sets properties of an authentication server. / Windows Vista
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