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28-10-2003, 22:58 #1-= TeamSpeak User =-
- Join Date
- Dec 2002
Was not sure if this was a bug, or just an oversight, but on my TS server (Linux 22.214.171.124) I tend to allow my users to have one registered user account, which acts also as their Channel Admin account.
In the TeamSpeak user permissions area, I had it setup to allow channel admins the ability to create and delete subchannels, as well as to make unregistered users channel admins and to edit their own channels and subchannels.
However, the problem is that I have to mirror these permissions not only under the Channel Admin area, but also under the Registered User area. If I do not give the same permissions to Registered Users, then the Channel Admins (who are registered users) can't perform their functions.
When I give these heightened permissions to the Registered Users, it gives them extended capabilities in our main Lounge Channel, the default channel everyone enters before going off into their own channel. I apologize if this has been discussed, it just didn't seem right. Are the TS developers aware of it?
29-10-2003, 08:02 #2-= TeamSpeak Team =-
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- Jul 2002
most generaly it *should* work the way that always the superior right is chosen, so if you have R and CA, and CA allows you to do something R does not, you should be able to do it.
Now, please be a bit more specific, which right exactly cant the channeladmins exercise even though you allowed them ?You think my answer is stupid ? Read This:
In a world without fences and walls - who needs windows and gates ?
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