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Thread: Identies what is it for ?
29-09-2011, 20:07 #1-= TeamSpeak Lover =-
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Identies what is it for ?
Basically in the past i have screwed up my ts by using IDENTITIES , it even rendered my server admin status useless & i ended up locked out of my server wtf? i run my own server ffs, any why is it even included, what is it's purpose ?
don't get me wrong here i think that ts2-3 server & client are far better than most solutions out there, but you have to be a code reader to fully understand how to get the most from your setup, ts3 code is something that i for one don't find that easy
Last edited by tommy45; 30-09-2011 at 00:27.
30-09-2011, 10:47 #2-= TeamSpeak Team =-
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Why do you have to be a cooder to understand what an Identies stands for?
The Identiy makes sure, that you are the only person, who gains access to your account (database entry) on a server.
No one else will get your permissions and nobody else will appear on other users friend list, because your Identity is a unique one.
The Identiy includes 2 things. But they are not important for you, to use the server and client.
1. a local key - This key is needed to identify and complete the public key. Never send it to anyone!
2. the public key - This is the UiD, you can see on a server.
The only important information for general users is
That such an identity can't be restored, when you forgott to export it under Settings > Identies---------------------------------------------------------
Please don't send me private support questions.
They belong into the forum and maybe other users have these questions/problems too.
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