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  1. #1
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    ServerAdmin Group somehow has a Permission Granted Power of 0?

    I am member of the Server Admin group. I want to edit the permission "b_client_force_push_to_talk" but for some reason this group has a granted power of "0" which gives me the error "insufficient permission modify power" when I try to do anything with it. This is my own server and I have telnet access to it, I just can't figure out what command I need to rectify this issue.

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    servergroupautoaddperm sgtype=45 permsid=i_needed_modify_power_client_force_push_to _talk permvalue=75 permskip=0 permnegate=0
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    servergroupautoaddperm sgtype=45 permsid=i_needed_modify_power_client_force_push_to _talk permvalue=75 permskip=0 permnegate=0
    Issued the command and got this Error:
    error id=1539 msg=parameter\snot\sfound

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    Why double-post?

    There are two errors in dante's post. One is a random space inserted by the forum software, the other is a missing parameter. See help text for details.
    Last edited by dante696; November 17th, 2015 at 07:53 AM. Reason: Woot? Chris is not dante

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    Quote Originally Posted by numma_cway View Post
    Why double-post?

    There are two errors in dante's post. One is a random space inserted by the forum software, the other is a missing parameter. See help text for details.
    I hadn't caught the message that says even my replies have to be approved by a mod and I thought my post didn't go through.

    I did catch the random space and fixed that part before typing the command in. However, looking now I see that there is no such object in the Server Group permissions list called "i_needed_modify_power_client_force_push_to _talk" so I don't know how that command could ever work unless this permission is hidden from the GUI in the TS3 Client and is only accessible via the terminal. The permission I want to fix is "b_client_force_push_to_talk".

    I have read the "help servergroupautoaddperm" file which reads,

    "
    Usage: servergroupautoaddperm sgtype={type} permid={permID}
    permvalue={permValue} permnegated={1|0} permskip={1|0}|...
    servergroupautoaddperm sgtype={type} permsid={permName}
    permvalue={permValue} permnegated={1|0} permskip={1|0}|...

    Adds a set of specified permissions to ALL regular server groups on all
    virtual servers. The target groups will be identified by the value of their
    i_group_auto_update_type permission specified with sgtype. Multiple permissions
    can be added at once. A permission can be specified by permid or permsid.

    The known values for sgtype are:

    10: Channel Guest
    15: Server Guest
    20: Query Guest
    25: Channel Voice
    30: Server Normal
    35: Channel Operator
    40: Channel Admin
    45: Server Admin
    50: Query Admin

    Example:
    servergroupautoaddperm sgtype=45 permid=8470 permvalue=1 permnegated=0
    permskip=0|permid=8475 permvalue=0 permnegated=1 permskip=0
    error id=0 msg=ok

    servergroupautoaddperm sgtype=45 permsid=i_icon_id permvalue=123
    permnegated=0 permskip=0|permsid=b_virtualserver_stop permvalue=0
    permnegated=1 permskip=0
    error id=0 msg=ok
    ".

    However, I do not see where there is a missing parameter here.
    I tried replacing the permission name Chris gave me with the one I am trying to modify and therefore have issued this command with no difference in error message: servergroupautoaddperm sgtype=45 permsid=b_client_force_push_to_talk permvalue=75 permnegate=0 permskip=0


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    Am reading over something important here?

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    I would like to show that I Can enable the "Force Push to Talk" using the command line, however this is very inconvenient. I would like to get the Granted power for this command up from 0 so that I can modify this permission within the GUI.

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  7. #7
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    Solved Problem SOLVED!

    After taking into account the replies I got, I started to put two-and-two together and came up with this command that fixed my problem!

    Code:
    servergroupaddperm sgid=6 permsid=i_needed_modify_power_client_force_push_to_talk permvalue=75 permnegated=0 permskip=0
    Thank you to Chris and numma_cway for your contributions.


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