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  1. #16
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    Channel groups can be assigned to people of higher authority and they can be kicked

    So the problem is that I have a hierarchy of server groups and a server group with a lower level of authority is able to assign a channel group (for example moderator) to an admin with a higher level of authority(higher needed kick power, higher needed ban power, etc) which allows them to be kicked. How do I prevent channel groups from being the final deciding factor as to whether someone can be kicked or not. Because I cannot have a server moderator kick a server admin just because he is able to assign a channel group with a lower needed kick power to the server admin.
    Last edited by dante696; June 10th, 2016 at 08:50 AM. Reason: merged

  2. #17
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    You need to enable the Skip Flag on i_client_needed_kick_from_server_power and i_client_needed_kick_from_channel_power to avoid that a channel group overwrites this permissions.

    Or better enable permission b_client_skip_channelgroup_permissions in this group.
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  3. #18
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    Channel Admin overruns Server Groups? Can't add join power for server groups.

    Hello.

    Basically, I have a set of Server Groups (mod, admin etc) that I want to restrict from joining a few rooms as they are for higher ranked members (another server group). I have set their join power to 25, and the join power for the selected rooms are 75 - but they are still able to join.

    I have made it so a few admin ranks can set server groups for ranks below themselves, but if I disable "skip channel groups permission", they simply can't add anyone to any groups, but then the join power thing works and vice versa - when skip channel groups permission is enabled, they can join any channel but not add server group members.


    HELP!
    Last edited by dante696; September 5th, 2016 at 01:54 PM. Reason: merged

  4. #19
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    Channel groups and channel permissions by default override server group permissions yes.
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    Assigning Channel Admin causes admins and mods to be kicked?

    In my server, we have 3 different "admin" roles. Server Admin has 75 power, Admin has 70 power (75 need, Moderator has 65 power. Channel Admin has 50 power. Here are the relevant powers:

    Server Admin:
    i_client_kick_from_channel_power 75
    i_client_needed_kick_from_channel_power 75

    Admin:
    i_client_kick_from_channel_power 70
    i_client_needed_kick_from_channel_power 75

    Moderator:
    i_client_kick_from_channel_power 65
    i_client_needed_kick_from_channel_power 75

    Channel Admin:
    i_client_kick_from_channel_power 50
    i_client_needed_kick_from_channel_power 50

    ---
    So Moderators and Admins can't kick each other nor Server Admins. BUT, once Channel Admin is assigned to Moderator or Admin, we are able to be kicked from the channel (Server Admins aren't affected by this). Also, we have permission to give server ranks, but when we are assigned Channel Admin, we lose the ability assign server group until we remove the Channel Admin rank.

    My question is: how do I make it to where being a Channel Admin doesn't override the server powers of Moderators and Admins. I don't want Mods and Admins to be kicked from channels if they're assigned Channel Admins and I want them to be able to assign server groups if they are.
    Last edited by dante696; October 9th, 2016 at 11:27 AM. Reason: merged

  6. #21
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    Figured it out. Just needed to tick on b_client_skip_channelgroup_permissions

  7. #22
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    I would recommend against using that to solve a greater issue with permissions. If you actually look into the specific permission or permissions that are causing the conflict, you can then resolve the issue by highering or lowering permission values, adding a skip or negate flag where needed etc. Be very careful when dealing with b_client_skip_channelgroup_permissions. Who ever has that enabled essentially has carte blanche to go anywhere in the server, no matter if you want to stop them or not.

  8. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    I am not 100 % about your description, but i think you mean: The permissions from your server admin is overwritten with permissions from your channel admin.

    Set the permission b_client_skip_channelgroup_permissions in your server group.
    Or set the skip flage/value to the target permissions.
    I literally tried this but after setting b_skip_channel_permissions i couldnt set channel admin to anyone at all???

  9. #24
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    Then your current i_group_member_add_power in your server group is lower than Channel Admin's i_group_needed_member_add_power.
    You have to raise or set a value for i_group_member_add_power which is same or higher as channel Admin's i_group_needed_member_add_power
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  10. #25
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    Can not add server groups while in channels

    Hello!
    Today I hosted my first teamspeak server and I faced a problem. I have full administrator rights, but I can not add or revoke any server groups to any player if I'm not in Default channel. So to do any of these actions I need to move to default channel first. WHat can it be caused by?
    Thx for replies
    Last edited by dante696; March 4th, 2017 at 09:47 AM. Reason: merged

  11. #26
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    Your channel Admin overwrites the permission member add power, because you or someone disabled or removed permission b_client_skip_channelgroup_permissions from your server group.

    Or you did add Client permissions to yourself, but did not add the Skip flag to them.
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    Channel groups overlapping with Server groups

    Hello,
    I just found out that a channel admin cannot create a sub-channels in his channel. I tried to remove all the server groups he had, and then it worked. So for some reason server groups have a higher priority than channel groups. I wonder how can I set the permissions so the user can create sub-channels with Channel admin and also keep all the server groups.
    Thanks.

  13. #28
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    Remove b_client_skip_channelgroup_permissions from the server group(s).
    But from now on channel groups and channel permissions overwrite set server group permissions from now on.
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  14. #29
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    Hello guys.
    I've spent a few hours reading forums and still got no answer to my question.

    A basic question is: does server group has a higher priority than channel group?
    If yes, it's still not working or I'm doing something wrong.

    What I'm trying to do:
    To remove permissions for private messages, poke and adding complaints to a GUEST SERVER GROUP.
    I did it.
    I made one more identity with no permissions and right just to check. My second client still can send private messages and pokes.
    Ok, so I moved to a GUEST !!!CHANNEL!!! GROUP and removed all the permissions I've mentioned above.

    So, at that stage guest can't do private messages, pokes, complaints. It's fine.

    Later on, I created a new SERVER GROUP that I called 'REGULAR' so people who are assigned to that group actually can send private messages, pokes, and complaints.

    And... I still can't send messages etc.
    The reason is:
    CLIENT with roles (REGULAR server group (with permissions to text) and GUEST channel group (with no permissions)).
    Regarding a logic - client can't send private messages because of roles from guest channel group.

    My question is: why channel group has higher priority than server group? Stupid question, no need for an answer.
    If channel group is higher priority why don't we have NEGATE option in permissions settings for channel group? A

    After all, I'm sure I'm doing something wrong.

    Any advice?

    UPDATE:
    nevermind. I've fixed everything.
    Just played with i_clin_skip_channelgroup_permission and some NEEDED values.
    Last edited by dante696; December 11th, 2018 at 04:21 PM. Reason: moved to right thread

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