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  1. #1
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    i_client_needed_permission_modify_power

    Hello,

    I'm Server Admin of a rented TS3 Server and I wanted to grant myself a new Server Group and make a client icon in the i_icon_id. It always shows me an error message saying insufficient client permissions (failed on i_client_needed_permission_modify_power).
    The server group I want to set to myself is a copied guest group. I want to add different csgo ranks to teamspeak users on my server, by setting the server group icon.

    I can set the server group to other clients on my server, but not to other server admins or myself.
    I've used the forum search and google, but I did not find any solution

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    Thats how the permissions look like
    Click image for larger version. 

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    This overview is not enough.

    Check your group for:
    i_permission_modify_power
    i_group_member_add_power
    i_group_modify_power

    Check target groups for the needed permissions:
    i_group_needed_member_add_power
    i_group_needed_modify_power

    Also check your client permissions for all these permissions.
    And do a permission overview on yourself.
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    Server Admin permissions: (you can also see this in the screenshot)

    i_permisson_modify_power: Value 75 Grant 75
    i_group_member_add_power: Value 50
    i_group_modify_power: Value 50

    i_group_needed_member_add_power: Value 75 Grant 75
    i_group_needed_modify_power: Value 70 Grant 70


    Targeted Group permissions:

    i_permission_modify_power: none
    i_group_member_add_power: none
    i_group_modify_power: none

    i_group_needed_member_add_power: Value 50
    i_group_needed_modify_power: Value 50

    Also check your client permissions for all these permissions.
    And do a permission overview on yourself.
    My own client permissions are all not set, everything is gray
    I can't modify my own client permissions: insufficient client permissions (failed on i_client_needed_permission_modify_power)

    i_client_needed_permission_modify_power on Server admin ist set: Value 75 Grant 75

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    Post the exported entire permission overview of yourself please.

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    Here are the full permissions of the server admin group, which I have.

    I don't know how the export them different than screenshotting.
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    That is not a permission overview. Permission overview is in the context menu of the server tree.

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    To geht there:
    Right click a user -> Permissions -> Permissions Overview.
    Then use Export as Text.

    Please also use this dialog to compare the permissions, before you export that txt file.
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    Here is the permissions overview of myself.
    I will add the permissions overview of a normal user as soon as someone from that group is on the server.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djmcgee View Post
    Here is the permissions overview of myself.
    Looks good so far

    Quote Originally Posted by djmcgee View Post
    I will add the permissions overview of a normal user as soon as someone from that group is on the server.
    A quicker way is to create a second identity
    --> connect with that one in a new tab
    --> assign the Normal or target group
    --> do a permission overview on that user
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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    Looks good so far


    A quicker way is to create a second identity
    --> connect with that one in a new tab
    --> assign the Normal or target group
    --> do a permission overview on that user
    Here you go and thanks for the tip

    T
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    The problem is (as usual ) misconfigured permissions set.
    Your "Premium" group has "Client Permission Modify Power" set to "0" and "Negate" activated.
    Negate means the server uses the lowest value for this permission, so even youre a server admin, being in the "premium" group sets your "Client Permission Modify Power" to "0", while the "Needed Client Permission Modify Power" is still "75".

    Solution: Remove the "Client Permission Modify Power" permission from Premium Group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcazar View Post
    The problem is (as usual ) misconfigured permissions set.
    Your "Premium" group has "Client Permission Modify Power" set to "0" and "Negate" activated.
    Negate means the server uses the lowest value for this permission, so even youre a server admin, being in the "premium" group sets your "Client Permission Modify Power" to "0", while the "Needed Client Permission Modify Power" is still "75".

    Solution: Remove the "Client Permission Modify Power" permission from Premium Group.
    Thank you very much, that solved the problem

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