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  1. #1
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    Permissions that cover ServerQuery

    Note: I am testing permissions on my clan's TS3 server

    I found a few permissions that appear to cover the serverquery function but I still am able to view the serverquery window w/ out any of these permissions being given to me as a user. If I attempt to run a query I'll get an error but if I do not have any of these permissions I shouldn't be allowed to even open that window (i.e. I can't open the permissions window unless I have modify abilities)

    Maybe I missed something somewhere...

    A second question...

    If I have client A who has a kick power of 50 and a need_kick_power of 50 does this mean that client B must have a kick power of 50+ to kick client A?

    Thanks for any thoughts or advice!

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    Hi

    I don't really get what you mean in the first question.

    About the second, you got it right

    Regards

  3. #3
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    So far these are the only permissions I've found that cover ServerQuery

    b_serverquery_login
    i_client_serverquery_view_power
    i_client_needed_serverquery_view_power
    b_client_create_modify_serverquery_login

    My question was why can I view the serverquery window (CTRL+SHFIT+V in the TS3 client) if I do not have permission to actually run a query. If I attempt to run a query it will give me an error about permissions. In my mind, if I do not have permission to run a query I should not be able to open the serverquery window at all.

    The reason I ask this question is that I can see a previous query command in the window that includes the serveradmin password when I am in the NORMAL server group. (this group will be used for clan members and I have not tested this w/ the GUEST group yet)

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    Oh, i agree with that also, even though you can access ServerQuery from anywhere without using the client. You can use a simple telnet client (like putty or even the windows one) as long as the ServerQuery port is open.

    About the saved commands in that window, don't worry, thats client sided. They are only saved in your client, and no one else can see that

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    Thanks for the quick reply!

    Knowing that the info I see is only client side is nice... So far I think I've hammered out all the important stuff. Guests are locked down to the main channel/sub-channels and they can't text message or poke individual users.

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    You can also delete the content of your serverquery windows after using.
    This way noone can "read" it.

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