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  1. #1
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    Not allowing Voice Activation?

    Is there a way to disallow users from using Voice Activation? I thought I recall seeing this in the past... though maybe Im just losing it in my old age or maybe Im thinking of "the other" voip software?

  2. #2
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    Hmmm ok so apparently you can use b_client_force_push_to_talk but I set it under Channel Permissions and people can still use Voice Activation... where else should I be doing this?

  3. #3
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    And the problems multiply... one of my other admins decided to go messing with settings and he disabled Voice Activation... AND he disabled Continuous Transmission AND seems now nobody can mess with the b_client_force_push_to_talk for other channels and users... its says: insufficient permission modify power ... UGH! HELP!

  4. #4
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    Hello

    For your second post
    Check if the b_client_skip_channelgroup_permission on the server group.

  5. #5
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    Server Group for Admins has a check mark for this under Value. My biggest concern now is getting back the permission to edit the b_client_force_push_to_talk

  6. #6
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    Could you post a screen shot about the permission.
    What error message do you get, I mean the entire message ?

    (If the grant permission was deleted, you must use the query command to redo)

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