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  1. #1
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    April 2013
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    Disable right for start/stop/restart on virtual server

    Is it possible to disallow the start/stop/restart rights on "normal" QueryAdmins (I mean Serveradmin from a virtual TeamspeakServer). The reason is that I have cronjobs which running sometimes a day and disable (stop) all virtual servers where the payment season is runned out.
    To disallow the restart/start/stop I need to remove the special rights.
    Is this possible and how can I apply it to all running and in future running servers?

    Hope that you can help me.

    Thanks,
    Matus

  2. #2
    Join Date
    June 2008
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    The permissions you need to remove are b_virtualserver_start and b_virtualserver_stop.

    You also must remove the grant values for these permissions to amke sure that users can nnot assign the permissions again.
    i_needed_modify_power_virtualserver_start and i_needed_modify_power_virtualserver_stop

    This must be done for all regular server/channel groups via command servergroupdelperm or servergroupautodelperm.
    Do not remove these permissions from your Query group!

    And it could be that user have assigned the permissions to themself. Use permfind to find these users.
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