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  1. #31
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    how can i generate a new pass as i cant change it from the one created by the program

    tried clientsetserverquerylogin client_login_name=serveradmin
    just got errors

    thanks

  2. #32
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    @gazgrace

    Please use the start parameter to do that.
    Code:
    example :
    ./ts3server_win32.exe serveradmin_parssword=<new password>
    or
    ./ts3server_startscript.sh start serveradmin_password=<new password>

  3. #33
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    Hi . Have my ts3 running off a dedi box server. I tried to add these to the exe startup but when clicked ok would ask what to open it as and the ts3 logo dissapered . so im doing it wrong . so changes it back .
    it also said i cant have ./ in it .

    can you explain better for me please . thanks

  4. #34
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    I assume you use a Teamspeak server on windows ("I tried to add these to the exe startup")

    - Right click on the exe file
    - Create a shortcut (name it as you want)
    - Right click on this new shortcut > Properties
    - On the Target label add the start parameter

    An example :
    Code:
    D:\teamspeak3\server\ts3server_win32.exe serveradmin_password=florian
    Don't forget to add a blanck space between the exe and serveradmin

    - Apply and now to start your server, double click on this shortcut

  5. #35
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    Hi thanks for that . it worked tested it on putty . Thanks for your help

  6. #36
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    Is this script still working, for me it shows that there is no such table clients, when executing the SQLs.

    Error: near line 2: no such table: clients
    Thank you in advance.

  7. #37
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    Please use the way described in this sticky thread.

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