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  1. #1
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    Total Control -Permission system help needed

    Hello,
    Even when Ive read almost all the forum and FAQs, I canīt find enough information to control my team speak 3 server in an easy way.

    Maybe someone can clarify some few concepts to help me out to manage it.

    1. Value: Can someone link me the explanation of the numerical meanning in permission system of this property?
    2. Total Control for a ts client: As admin, I have my own client and I would like to get the total admin power on server, but I cant change the "global" settings. How should i do?.
    3. Difference between: skip - grant in ?


    Thank you.

  2. #2
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    Hello

    For 1 and 3 read the documentation :
    TeamSpeak 3 Permissions Guide.txt

    For 2, to have all control on your server you must be in Query Admin group

    As already write
    Code:
    login serveradmin <password>
    use sid=<server ID> ("or" use port=<virtual server port>)
    servergroupaddclient sgid=2 cldbid=<your database ID>

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    For normal day to day operation you won't need query admin and can do it with only server admin. I personnaly suggest people create a 2nd identity and give that identity query admin and just use the 1st identity for normal operations and use. Definitely export the identity that has query admin just in case you ever need to reinstall the OS or the program.

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    Thank you for your reply guys.

    Iīve read the permission guide, but even there, there is nothing about values as 10, 20, 50, 75 or 100. So I imagine about that numerical values come associated to my own idea of grant permission to my clientes/groups/channels. I mean, If I need give permission for an action which I put the value 50 by example, it is telling me that I need give a value over that 50 in order to do that action. Its right? I decide this value only for get a parameter to deny or allow assigning a value over or under my reference value. Am I wrong?.

  5. #5
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    This a default value. But you can change them as you want.
    (If you are sure, don't change)

    An example for you with kick power permission.

    The guest group have
    - i_client_kick_from_server_power value=26
    - i_client_needed_kick_from_server_power = 27


    The server admin group (you are in this group) have
    - i_client_kick_from_server_power value = 29
    - i_client_needed_kick_from_server_power value= 30

    The guest user can't kick you because he haven't enough power
    (kick_power 26 < needed_kick_power 30)

    But you, you can kick him
    (kick_power 29 > needed_kick_power 27)

  6. #6
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    Well... sounds like I said. I could use your example, changing 26 by 16, 27 by 17 and so...
    It would be more clear, if the name was: i_client_needed_kick_me_from_server_power

    I think I have all a lot more clear with your help. Thank you

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    You're welcome

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