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  1. #1
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    Warning Invalid group ID in PermEditFailed

    I have "Admin Server Query" and "Server Admin" Rights on this server.
    I have been having problems with permissions.
    I think the problem is the Group ID number I am using.
    "i_group_auto_update_type"
    Every group has that set, however I'm not sure if I have the id number correct.
    Here is what I have;
    "Server Groups"
    "Admin Server Query (2)" so I set, "i_group_auto_update_type" value to "2".
    "Server Admin (6)" so I set, "i_group_auto_update_type" value to "6".
    "Normal (7)" so I set, "i_group_auto_update_type" value to "7".
    "Guest (8)" so I set, "i_group_auto_update_type" value to "8".

    "Channel Groups"
    "Channel Admins (5)" so I set, "i_group_auto_update_type" value to "5".
    "Operator (6)" so I set, "i_group_auto_update_type" value to "6".
    "Voice (7)" so I set, "i_group_auto_update_type" value to "7".
    "Guest (8)" so I set, "i_group_auto_update_type" value to "8".

    Is this correct?
    Thanks!

  2. #2
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    Hello

    Read the documentation and set correctly auto_update :

    Quote Originally Posted by Documentation
    Auto-Updating Permissions
    -------------------------
    Whenever the Permission System gets updated, the server will automatically try to assign the new permissions to your existing groups.
    To enable auto-updating, simply add a value for i_group_auto_update_type of the target group. The following values are
    available:

    Value 0: The group will be handled like 'Query Guest'
    Value 1: The group will be handled like 'Query Admin'
    Value 2: The group will be handled like 'Server Admin'
    Value 3: The group will be handled like 'Server Normal'
    Value 4: The group will be handled like 'Server Guest'
    Value 5: The group will be handled like 'Channel Admin'
    Value 6: The group will be handled like 'Channel Operator'
    Value 7: The group will be handled like 'Channel Voice'
    Value 8: The group will be handled like 'Channel Guest'

    As you can see, each of these values represents a group from the default permission set of the TeamSpeak 3 Server. For example, if
    the Permission System is updated with a new permission for Server Admins, all groups having their i_group_auto_update_type
    set to 2 will be updated automatically.
    Where you get this message :
    Warning Invalid group ID in PermEditFailed

  3. #3
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    florian_fr40 thank you for the reply.
    To answer your question. There was an exclamation symbol by my name in the bottom of teamspeak. I clicked on it and brought up this client log file.
    Client Log File:
    2010-11-13 09:09:58.531250 Info Logging started, clientlib version: 3.0.0-beta36 [Build: 12815]
    2010-11-13 09:09:58.812500 Query Info listening on 127.0.0.1:25639
    2010-11-13 09:10:00.828125 ClientUI Info TeamSpeak 3 client version: 3.0.0-beta36 [Build: 12815]
    2010-11-13 09:10:00.828125 ClientUI Info Qt version: 4.6.2
    2010-11-13 09:10:00.828125 ClientUI Info Using configuration location: C:/Program Files/TeamSpeak 3 Client/config/ts3clientui_qt.conf
    2010-11-13 09:10:01.187500 ClientUI Info Last update check was: Fri Nov 12 02:33:57 2010
    2010-11-13 09:10:01.218750 Info Checking for updates...
    2010-11-13 09:10:02.687500 PreProSpeex Info Speex version: speex-1.2beta3
    2010-11-13 09:10:04.250000 Info Update check, my version: 12815, latest version: 12815
    2010-11-13 09:33:35.812500 Warning Invalid group ID in PermEditFailed
    You can see I got that from the bottom of that file.
    The reason for me setting the values to what I have is because of the numbers in parentheses next to the group names on the server.
    "Server Groups"
    "Admin Server Query (2)"
    "Server Admin (6)"
    "Normal (7)"
    "Guest (8)"

    "Channel Groups"
    "Channel Admins (5)"
    "Operator (6)"
    "Voice (7)"
    "Guest (8)"

    So, what I should have is;
    "Admin Server Query (2)" so I should set, "i_group_auto_update_type" value to "1".
    "Server Admin (6)" so I should set, "i_group_auto_update_type" value to "2".
    "Normal (7)" so I should set, "i_group_auto_update_type" value to "3".
    "Guest (8)" so I should set, "i_group_auto_update_type" value to "4".
    "Channel Groups" are correct!
    "Channel Admins (5)" so I set, "i_group_auto_update_type" value to "5".
    "Operator (6)" so I set, "i_group_auto_update_type" value to "6".
    "Voice (7)" so I set, "i_group_auto_update_type" value to "7".
    "Guest (8)" so I set, "i_group_auto_update_type" value to "8".
    Hopefully this is correct.
    Those numbers in parentheses next to the group names had/have me confused!
    Thanks!
    Last edited by Cougarxr7; November 14th, 2010 at 05:54 AM.

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