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  1. #1
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    Need help with permissions (Poking, moving etc.)

    Hi!
    So I just set up a ts3 server, and now I have few problems.
    What I want to do but I cant:
    -Guests cant poke, but normals and admins can
    -Guests cant move, but normals and admins can

    This is my first ts3 server, and I really need as clear instructions as possible

  2. #2
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    Set Guest's i_client_poke_power and i_client_move_power to -1
    Or Normal's i_client_needed_poke_power & i_client_needed_move_power higher than Guest's i_client_poke_power and i_client_move_power.

    You may set Admins needed powers above Normal's power to avoid that a Normal can Poke or Move an Admin.
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  3. #3
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    First i need to know, which group should be allowed to do the things you want to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Data179 View Post
    First i need to know, which group should be allowed to do the things you want to.
    Huh?
    Easy peasy, but yes there a several ways to solve this.

    Some examples:
    You don't want that a Guest can poke or move others, but you want to allow that Normal can poke and Move Normal and Guest?
    • Set Guest's i_client_poke_power and i_client_move_power to 0 and their i_client_needed_poke_power & i_client_needed_move_power to 25
    • Set Normal's i_client_poke_power and i_client_move_power to 25 and their i_client_needed_poke_power & i_client_needed_move_power to 25
    • Set Admin's i_client_poke_power and i_client_move_power to 75 and their i_client_needed_poke_power & i_client_needed_move_power to 75


    You don't want that a Guest can poke or move others, but you want to allow that Normal can poke Normal and Admin and can move Guests?
    • Set Guest's i_client_poke_power and i_client_move_power to 0 and their i_client_needed_poke_power & i_client_needed_move_power to 25
    • Set Normal's i_client_poke_power to 75 and their i_client_move_power to 25. And set their i_client_needed_poke_power & i_client_needed_move_power to 25
    • Set Admin's i_client_poke_power and i_client_move_power to 75 and their i_client_needed_poke_power & i_client_needed_move_power to 75


    You want that a Guest can poke Normal, but can't move others?
    • Set Guest's i_client_poke_power to 25 and i_client_move_power to 0 and their i_client_needed_poke_power & i_client_needed_move_power to 25
    • Set Normal's i_client_poke_power to 25 and their i_client_move_power to 25. And set their i_client_needed_poke_power & i_client_needed_move_power to 25
    • Set Admin's i_client_poke_power and i_client_move_power to 75 and their i_client_needed_poke_power & i_client_needed_move_power to 75
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