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  1. #1
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    Unable to set "b_channel_join_ignore_password" on Channel Group.

    I'm unable to set this permission on channel groups.
    Having a Channel Admin that has modify_password permissions but is then asked for the password to join the channel seems retarded. Is there any workaround?

  2. #2
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    No, unfortunately this particular option has been disabled for the channel admin.

  3. #3
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    This option has been disabled a long time ago.
    Only Servergroups and Clients can ahve this option set.

  4. #4
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    This permission does not work, as long the client is not in the channel with that group. This is the only reason, why it was disabled.

  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    This permission does not work, as long the client is not in the channel with that group. This is the only reason, why it was disabled.
    Sorry but I couldn't understand that.

    So there is no way to have a channel admin bypass the channel password?

  6. #6
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    Not in a channel group level, I have a similar situation but I gave the channel admin under client permissions b_channel_join_ignore_password and warning him not to go to any other passworded channels except his own channel/sub-channel.

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    Channel-Admin can store the password in Bookmarks, and problem solved.
    Also you can use: Options > Security

  8. #8
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    Problem is this that there are a couple CA that change the password regularly for whatever reason.

    Its just that, it makes no sense to have write permission over the password but are unable to join automatically.

  9. #9
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    Hello

    Teamspeak 3 is based on a permission system with power. Not on passwords (as was teamspeak 2).

    It will be much easier for you to set the access with the join power and needed join power (with channel group) instead of passwords.

  10. #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by florian_fr40 View Post
    It will be much easier for you to set the access with the join power and needed join power (with channel group) instead of passwords.
    That is true IF there's only one channel admin, but not practical when you have a channel with 5-10 subchannels and several channel admins that put their own passwords on any given channels. One CA may have enough join power to enter a channel but if he did not put the password (another CA did) then that CA will be 'asked' to write the password for access.

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