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29-04-2012, 23:12 #1-= TeamSpeak User =-
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Protecting Server Admin account or group?
I was trying to set my server up so that nobody is ever able to fuck with the Server Admin group(someone accidentally deleted it tonight and after that nobody could do jack shit on the server)..
What I tried after a fresh installation(linux 3.0.3) was to first use the priv key from logfile myself, then create a new Server Admin group that the regular admins will be in(only myself in the default Server Admin group with level 75 permissions).. I created the new admin group, on basic permissions window I checked all the boxes, set it to "This group will be set as: Server Admin" and hit apply.. After that I clicked to advanced permissions and lowered everything from 75 to 70..
the idea being that me in the default serveradmin group with 75 permissions can never be touched by the other admins in the 70 level group...
This didnt work however.. The admins were able to create server groups and permanent channels, but were not able to change any permissions for them..
Even if a newly made channel had Permissions/Regular needed powers/Modify: 0 and their server admin group had Channel/Modify/Channel Modify Power set to 70...
How does that work? needed=0 granted 70 but still they couldnt modify the channel after creating it?
In my universe, 70 is higher than 0....
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