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22-08-2004, 22:21 #1EskimoPie Guest
Uh, I read some of the other threads, but I still couldnt figure out how...
to unban myself from my teamspeak server. Someone came in, and banned me.. Im the owner of the server. If there anyway I can unban myself. Ive got Full Access, superadmin/admin etc.
If its possible, and you can help me.. please do :P
instructions would be nice
22-08-2004, 23:47 #2-= TeamSpeak Lover =-
- Join Date
- Mar 2003
Might be a good idea to shut down the server if that person banned you on purpose, who knows what he could do without your knowledge. Also might be a good idea to close the ports on your firewall/router while you clean his access from your server and unban yourself. A little extensive, but gets the job done right.
Go into the webadmin and create a user with server admin access. Log into your server with that user and you can unban yourself.
I'm hoping you know enough to not need an in depth explanation how to do that, just saving a couple hundred key presses that likely won't be needed.
23-08-2004, 05:18 #3m&m's Guest
log in to webadmin as superadmin / user manager / remove him #1 /then make a new user with sa for your self , also got to the sa permissions page and remove the check box from the make sa , so the only way to make a sa is from the webadmin like your doing for your self
28-08-2004, 23:38 #4-= TeamSpeak User =-
- Join Date
- May 2004
Or connect to your server with a telnet connection, and clear the ban list.
Did it my self
29-08-2004, 18:54 #5-= TeamSpeak User =-
- Join Date
- Aug 2002
I just had a user that kept getting banned from his own server and I figured out how the guy was doing it. The server in question did not have a user password (and second time it happened his user password was very weak - his last name). Then somebody joined the server as anonymous user. The server had the anonymous priv PrivilegeRegisterSelfByDefault turn on. This means that user was able to register himself. Not a problem. But then he also had the Registered user priv PrivilegeAdminPlayerRegister turn on. That allows a registered user to make themselves a server admin! So you get a hacker that can register themselves as an admin and it takes two seconds. So it may be a pain, but I would not turn on that Anonymous priv PrivilegeRegisterSelfByDefault. Not unless you are not going to give your Registered users any privs as well.
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