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  1. #1
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    Solved Edit virtual server password via remote query

    Does anyone know how you clear the server password (serveredit virtualserver_password=) via remote query?

    I've tried different variations of empty quotes and empty values but nothing seems to take.

    Thanks

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    just invoke serveredit virtualserver_password=

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    Thanks, you're right, it does change the server password flag if it's left blank. I was looking at the virtualserver_password field which is left intact when it's cleared.

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    serveredit and serverinfo virtualserver_password

    I have written a PHP script that retrieves serverinfo using query, and also to set it via query.

    Now I have noticed the password that is retrieved is in a hash form, is this decryptable?
    Or, is there a way to remove the password? (yes set it blank but it still returns a hash for a blank password)

    I would like to show the password in my client panel, but need to decrypt it. Failing that I can just show something like *encrypted* to the client.

    But the main thing is I dont want to show *encrypted*, when the password is blank (not set), yet a hash is returned (hence the need to decrypt or not have a hash returned for an empty password).

    As a note, the hash for a blank password is different for each virtual server so I can not just filter that out either.

    Any one have any ideas?

    Regards,
    Daniel

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    Hello,

    serverinfo als returns "virtualserver_flag_password" which tells you if the server is password protected.

    Greetings,
    SCO

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    Ahh cool, I missed that, lol.

    Thank you for your assistance!

    (would still be cool to decrypt it though)

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    Add Server Password

    Hello.

    I checked the FAQ, read the server_query_manual and searched this forum, but didn`t find any useful help.

    I simply want to add a password for my ts3 server.

    As far i understood i tried following to add a server password:
    http://12monkeys.dyndns.org/media/ts3_putty.jpg

    -login serveradmin password
    -use sid=1 (just 1 VM running, fresh installed TS3 server)
    -serveredit virtualserver_modify_password=newserverpassword

    -restart
    -nothing happened/ts3 server still without password



    How can i add a server password?

    Help!

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    Just use "Edit virtual server" in your TS3 client.

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    Where to find "Edit virtual server" in my TS3 Client?

    Another Question: How to change the Virtual Server Properties?

    -ts3_serverquery_manual.pdf page 37

    VIRTUAL SERVER PROPERTIES
    This is a list of properties available for virtual servers:

    VIRTUALSERVER_PASSWORD
    Password of the virtual server
    Yes

    How to change these flags? Thats maybe a part of my problem.

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    answer a: right click with your client on the first channel

    answer b:
    login serveradmin <password>
    use <serverid>
    serveredit virtualserver_password=<newpassword>


    (if i remember right )

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    Not the first channel, but the servername to edit the server.

    @pi31415: Note, that if you set a server password all users have to enter it to connect to the server, unless you give them right "b_virtualserver_join_ignore_password".

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    we will add an menu entry...

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    For editing the server?
    Nice idea, thanks

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    View or edit private password on virtual TS3 server

    Hi,

    After checking the ts3_serverquery_manual we didn't find the option that we need. We are looking for the option to view the private password on a teamspeak 3 server.

    How can we view the current private password?
    Is this possible to change by sid?

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    Hi,

    there is no way to view the server password. The server actually doesn't even know it...Only thing you can do is overwrite it with a new password (that you then know), or to use a user account with permissions allowing him to ignore the server password.
    You think my answer is stupid ? Read This:
    http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-...ons.html#intro

    In a world without fences and walls - who needs windows and gates ?

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