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  1. #1
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    April 2016

    Editing virtual server "You have selected a permanent group as default"

    I want to change the security level of my team speak 3 server.
    But if I do a right click on the root node of the main tree view in the team speak 3 client and select the option "edit virtual server", the following message comes up:
    "You have selected a permanent group as default. Be careful, all existing users in the selected group will be removed."

    What does this message mean? Will changing the security level really delete all users on my team speak server?

    Thanks an advance,

  2. #2
    Join Date
    June 2008
    This does not appear, when you only change the needed security level on that server.
    This message appears, when you try to change the default server or channel group to a group which is permanent.
    Permanent status for that will be removed and all assignments to users will be deleted, when they disconnect form the server.
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