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    Allow CA setting permissions

    Hi Folks,

    we do know how to set and use the new permissions in TS3.
    But there is one thing, we want that a CA is able to select which people can join his channel except by setting a password.
    Which permissions have to be set so they can set "b_channel_join_ignore_password", "i_channel_needed_join_power" and "i_channel_needed_subscribe_power" (but nothing else)?
    Note: These rights have to be set on channel-level.

    Thanks in advance.

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    hey Alcazar,

    I think i can help you out. I haven't tested it out fully so small testing will be needed on your part.

    NOTE: I started fresh out of the box permissions.

    1.First thing, CA's need permission b_virtualserver_channel_permissions_list to be able to see the channel permissions.
    2. Now we will give CA's i_permission_modify_power ( i gave value of 50 ).
    3. Go through each channel and add a GRANT of 50 to the permissions you wish to allow them to change.

    Now, in theory, CA's will be able to change only the permissions with a grant of 50. However, if you find something they can, just make the GRANT higher then the value you assigned i_permission_modify_power.

    I'm no permissions guru by any means, but i think this will help you get started on the right track. There might be an easier way, but i don't know.

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    Thanks Zero.
    We did try some settings ourself, and came up with this (see attachment).
    At first, we thought we have to give that group "i_group_modify_power" as well, so they are able to edit the channel-permissions, but its not necessary to do this. Just remove the "i_group_needed_modify_power" or set it to 0 for the channel and it will work.

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    If the channel does not have any needed_join_power, all you need to do is to create a channel group which has ignore_password activated and CA will assign that group to this person while he's in the channel.

    If you set group_needed_modify power = 0 everyone will be able to modify that group or in that channel.
    If you want the CA to change channel join powers etc.. then just give CA channel_modify_power

    also see this http://forum.teamspeak.com/showthread.php?t=51003
    Last edited by [KH]Cross; February 17th, 2010 at 08:44 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroTKA View Post
    hey Alcazar,

    I think i can help you out. I haven't tested it out fully so small testing will be needed on your part.

    NOTE: I started fresh out of the box permissions.

    1.First thing, CA's need permission b_virtualserver_channel_permissions_list to be able to see the channel permissions.
    2. Now we will give CA's i_permission_modify_power ( i gave value of 50 ).
    3. Go through each channel and add a GRANT of 50 to the permissions you wish to allow them to change.

    Now, in theory, CA's will be able to change only the permissions with a grant of 50. However, if you find something they can, just make the GRANT higher then the value you assigned i_permission_modify_power.

    I'm no permissions guru by any means, but i think this will help you get started on the right track. There might be an easier way, but i don't know.
    Where do you find "b_virtualserver_channel_permissions_list"? I don't seem to have this on beta 18 server.

    Found it After being bit by it a few times. LOL
    Last edited by damaboo; February 17th, 2010 at 10:32 PM. Reason: addition

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    There is a filter just above the permissions tree. You can search for it that way to make things a lot easier for you in the future for finding permissions.

    In any case, it's Group > Information

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    Quote Originally Posted by [KH]Cross View Post
    If you set group_needed_modify power = 0 everyone will be able to modify that group or in that channel.
    If you want the CA to change channel join powers etc.. then just give CA channel_modify_power
    Not really. First they need the right to view channel permissions ("b_virtualserver_channel_permission_list") and they need "i_permission_modify_power".
    2. CA can only edit those channels where they have CA in.
    3. channel_modify_power controls if you can edit this channels properties, not its rights.

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