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  1. #31
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    Yes it is. Any idea of the problem?

  2. #32
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    The 70 Grant values are set for permission (shown with blue square on my screenshot) and you are sure no group did overwrite the values.

    Please show a permission overview, I don't want to make more wild guesses.
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  3. #33
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    Insufficient permission modify power [when changing a channels permissions]

    Okay so as the title says, I have a group set up that I want to have access to modifying the permissions for a channel they have created. Problem I get; They are able to edit channel, select the permissions tab, and change the join power, but not the Modify or Delete power. This is my #1 concern that I can't seem to resolve. I also am unsure how to grant them the ability to change the 'File Transfer Needed Powers' either. Help would be greatly appreciated. Thank's guys xD
    Last edited by dante696; August 13th, 2016 at 02:41 PM. Reason: merged, read post #13

  4. #34
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    Channel Admin/Channel modify Problems

    Hello together

    I have a problem with my TS3 Root Server.
    I would that some Server Groups can make some new Sub-Channels. And they can choose or edit the Channel Rights.
    Now they can delet their Channel, edit the description, edit password, edit max clients, audio codec usw.

    Wath is not working is: edit needed join Power, needed subscrption power, needed description Power, needed permission modify power, needed delet power, and all the File Transfer powers.

    When i make a new sub-channel or channel they setup with all rights set to 0 : Join, subscripton, description, and persmission modify, an all File rights. Exept delet power is setup with their max delet power. I see this when i go with left klick to edit Channel edit.

    When i go over Channel permissions i see under Channel permissions: i_channel_needed_delete_power, i_channel_needed_permission_modify_power set up with correct value. but not i_channel_needed_modify_power.

    I have edit my Server grouppe with an without the skip flag. I set the i_channel_modify_power on 75 with the Garant 75. And set the i_channel_needed_modif_power to 1 with Garant 75
    Set this i_channel_needed_modify_power/i_channel_modify_pwer again in the ChannelGroups under ChannelAdmin.
    The user i chose to edit the rights is the same that create the Channel. An he have in this Channel the ChannelAdmin Permission

    I have no chanche to edit Channel rights with this user.

    Anybody have an Idea

    Sorry for my English

    THX Luegenbaron
    Last edited by dante696; September 19th, 2016 at 10:32 AM. Reason: merged

  5. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    Your group needs
    1. i_channel_permission_modify_power and a i_permission_modify_power with value X
    2. Grant Value of X (equal their i_channel_permission_modify_power) on permission i_channel_needed_join_power
    3. Must have advanced permissions enabled http://forum.teamspeak.com/threads/6...light=advanced
    Grant must be enabled on all other permissions that the groups should be able to edit.
    I don't think a value of 75 is good for a channel group. Better use something lower!

    This example enables to edit all channel permissions for a group.
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    Last edited by dante696; February 22nd, 2018 at 10:25 AM. Reason: updated quote
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    Can't set channel permission settings

    So my problem is that i have been trying to edit my preexisting channels to have a join and sub value, while doing this i have been hitting a brick wall and i cannot see why. I have all the setting set correctly and i am the top admin on the server with equal permissions to the owner himself.

    When trying to amend the group permissions i apparently doing have access to half of the things i need to, it just gives me an error message saying "insufficient permission modify power" even though i know i have the right power.

    Any suggestions on how to fix it?
    Last edited by dante696; November 23rd, 2016 at 02:51 PM. Reason: merged

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Anderson View Post
    "insufficient permission modify power" even though i know i have the right power.
    You don't have permissions to modify target permission(s).
    This is all I can say with lack of details you gave us here.

    Tell us what you try to add/remove/edit.
    Show us your permissions and target groups permissions in case.
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  8. #38
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    Still shows the error.

    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    You don't have permissions to modify target permission(s).
    This is all I can say with lack of details you gave us here.

    Tell us what you try to add/remove/edit.
    Show us your permissions and target groups permissions in case.
    The permissions the super admin has: https://gyazo.com/d6afd3c41ace4a7cca9450d8f9ecbbb8

    What i am trying to change is the permission required to join sub and edit a channel: https://gyazo.com/7876aee7417433755f9bebce1157222d

    The error below is all i seem to get when i try and edit it to have a limit of 75 on anything besides delete.

  9. #39
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    The permission you try to edit is _channel_needed_delete_power, but your overview still does miss needed details.

    Following permissions arn't shown:
    The permission itself in your group.
    i_channel_permission_modify_power in your group.
    i_channel_permission_modify_power from target channel & in your group.

    Just do a right click on yourself when you are in target channel.
    Then select Permissions - Permissions Overview.
    Now export the content in a txt and attach it here.
    Now we/i can see everything we need.
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  10. #40
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    Here is the permissions you are asking for.

    Permissions.txt


    There you go, if you can help it would be much appreciated.

  11. #41
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    You did set multiple client permissions on yourself. These overwrite your Server Group permissions.
    You did not set Grant with Value 75 on these permissions. This makes it impossible for you to work with these set client permissions.
    And missed to enable the skip flag to ignore channel permissions.
    This is how it is
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    Client
    	Mr_Anderson
    		Channel Delete Power 75 0
    How it should be
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    Client
    	Mr_Anderson
    		Channel Delete Power 75 1   75
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  12. #42
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    I have made the change you suggested and it made no difference to me editing the channels.

    When i got to edit a channel and set the join, modify or sub it just tells me i have insufficient permissions still.

  13. #43
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    You have to add Grant with value of 75 to i_channel_needed_join_power (Needed channel Join power) to edit the value for join power.

    You have to to the same with following in case you want to edit them.
    Code:
    i_channel_needed_subscribe_power
    i_channel_needed_description_view_power
    i_ft_needed_file_browse_power
    i_ft_needed_file_upload_power
    i_ft_needed_file_download_power
    i_ft_needed_file_delete_power
    i_ft_needed_file_rename_power
    i_ft_needed_directory_create_power
    All this is default enabled for the Server Admin group and your group(s) are messed up somehow.
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  14. #44
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    I am not hitting an error when adding this command to the super admin group

  15. #45
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    What command are you talking about?

    Edit
    Btw i did explain all permissions in the past and merged the 2 threads.
    Please read post #35 click me or scroll up to post 35
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