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  1. #1
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    Solved password in channel

    Good morning dear friends.
    would just like to ask why when you create a channel with a password to access channels for your users have? as it is not logical, I understand ts3server created with a 0, just remember that I was so ts2. If there is a password on the main channel in the sub-channel does not come ... it will require a password from the main channel ... here as something silly and not logical.
    why am I writing all this?
    I would like to know. Will there be a change in relation to your password? because not only I wonder with such a question. and yet the majority of other users.

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    Passwords are not inherited to sub / from parent channels.
    If I'm not mistaken this has been asked before and rejected.

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    clear all ... Well, I simply was interested. just the logic of a very silly indeed ... with that of ts2 was much better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentStorm View Post
    If I'm not mistaken this has been asked before and rejected.
    This is soemwhere on our todo.
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