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    Solved Restricting Detiled server info???

    I have a server that is set up so that "guest" accounts can not see clients connected in other channels... however, the "guest" can still sit in the lobby, click on the main channel or server name (whatever you want to call it), and from here they can see how many clients are connected and what our max connections is. Is there a permission that i can set that would prevent these "guest"s from being able to see this information? If not a permission, is there some other method of hiding the information from certain server groups?

    Thanks in advance

    John D.

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    Remove/set the following permissions to -1
    Code:
    b_virtualserver_info_view
    b_virtualserver_connectioninfo_view
    b_virtualserver_client_list

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    Hello

    @Pillbox
    Little correction, a boolean permission can't be set to -1.
    It's 0 or 1 - activate or deactivate

    @Lethality
    You could deactivate all b_virtualserver_... permission for the guest, but the information on the right side can't be hidden.
    Anyway, this is not really sensible information

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    Quote Originally Posted by florian_fr40 View Post
    @Pillbox
    Little correction, a boolean permission can't be set to -1.
    It's 0 or 1 - activate or deactivate
    Couldn't remember the permission type so I just included both actions. Thanks for the correction!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pillbox1234567 View Post
    Couldn't remember the permission type..-
    See the name, e.g.:
    b(boolean)_virtualserver_info_view
    i(integer)_client_poke_power

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    Or read the documentation
    (just a joke)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pillbox1234567 View Post
    Remove/set the following permissions to -1
    Code:
    b_virtualserver_info_view
    b_virtualserver_connectioninfo_view
    b_virtualserver_client_list
    When i go into server groups, select "guest" and then click on "show granted permissions only", the above options are not listed, yet a guest can still see the information in question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordi View Post
    See the name, e.g.:
    b(boolean)_virtualserver_info_view
    i(integer)_client_poke_power
    wow...that was simple...i really should think more...
    Quote Originally Posted by Lethality View Post
    When i go into server groups, select "guest" and then click on "show granted permissions only", the above options are not listed, yet a guest can still see the information in question.
    Go ahead and search the permissions and make sure they're completely removed.
    Last edited by pillbox1234567; 13-04-2012 at 19:30. Reason: spelling

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    Quote Originally Posted by pillbox1234567 View Post
    wow...that was simple...i really should thing more...

    Go ahead and search the permissions and make sure they're completely removed.
    i did, when i look at all the permissions, those are greyed out and have no value assigned to them.

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    Also try removing these.
    Code:
    b_virtualserver_info_view 
    b_client_info_view

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    Quote Originally Posted by pillbox1234567 View Post
    Also try removing these.
    Code:
    b_virtualserver_info_view 
    b_client_info_view
    Both of those have been removed and a guest can still see the information... any other suggestions?

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    search "view" in permissions and post what is enabled

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    Btw Folks, permissions "b_virtualserver_info_view", "b_virtualserver_client_list", "b_client_info_view" are Query-Permissions and dont apply
    in the client.

    @Lethality: As florian said, you cant hide Server Info like connected users. Its no important info, whats the benefit, when me cant see
    users in channels, to know if there are i. e. 10 users online or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lethality View Post
    Both of those have been removed and a guest can still see the information... any other suggestions?
    this is on guest server group with granted permissions checked
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    this is the same search, same server group, but with show granted only turned off...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcazar View Post
    Btw Folks, permissions "b_virtualserver_info_view", "b_virtualserver_client_list", "b_client_info_view" are Query-Permissions and dont apply
    in the client.

    @Lethality: As florian said, you cant hide Server Info like connected users. Its no important info, whats the benefit, when me cant see
    users in channels, to know if there are i. e. 10 users online or not?
    I do not care, but the owner of the server has been requesting that it be hidden... i do not ask why, i just do what i can to help him... since he knows even less about TS permissions than I do, and i am kind of his default TS admin

    Thank you for confirming my suspicions that this could not be done.


    ~Edit~ Did not see that florian had already answered this issue.... lol silly me. TY.
    Last edited by florian_fr40; 15-04-2012 at 07:20.

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