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  1. #1
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    Need help on just 2 Permision

    Hey guys Im sorry for asking this because I have seen it in here before. For me not really understanding how all of the permision work and were the certain one I need to change are I need some one to explain to me were to go and what to do when I get there.

    What I need is I want a server group to beable to see everyone in each channel.

    I also want to be able to block everyone excepts a certain server group access to all channel except for our default channel.

    That it thanks in advance for any help on this..

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    ... I want a server group to beable to see everyone in each channel...
    For that only you have to subscribe to all channels.


    ...I also want to be able to block everyone excepts a certain server group access to all channel except for our default channel...
    Sets for the Channel a value: i_channel_needed_join_power
    higher value than: i_channel_join_power in ServerGroups

  3. #3
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    For that only you have to subscribe to all channels
    So there no way to really set a server group to automatically do that?

    Sets for the Channel a value: i_channel_needed_join_power
    higher value than: i_channel_join_power in ServerGroups
    Will that be under say, server groups | guest | then what permission category would that be?

    Thanks

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    For the first you can set the groups "i_channel_subscribe_power" equal or higher than the channels "i_channel_needed_subscribe_power".
    But the users have to set the subcription themselves in their client.

    The second is in Permissions under "Channel->Access".

  5. #5
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    For the first you can set the groups "i_channel_subscribe_power" equal or higher than the channels "i_channel_needed_subscribe_power".
    But the users have to set the subcription themselves in their client.
    Now wouldn't this be under access as well?

    It could be I don't really understand the layout of this
    i_channel_subscribe_power

    I never see it layed out that way in the permision.


    Sorry for being a dumb @ss guys !!

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