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  1. #1
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    Switching to a new teamspeak with same content?

    Hello, I am going to college in a few weeks and wanted too see if a theory I have could work out. Instead of getting an authorized hoster, could I simply create a new Teamspeak server and just copy all the data files for the teamspeak I have now (folders, .sqlitedb, etc) and paste them into the new teamspeak and have it up and running? Or is this not possible?

  2. #2
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    If you copy all the files it will be that same teamspeak server... how would it be any different?
    You really only need the sqlitedb and license (if any). You can include the files directory to keep avatars, icons and uploaded files

  3. #3
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    Okay, so if I create a new teamspeak server, I would just need the sqlitedb? (No license yet). Then I would just redownload the icons. And then it would run just like the old one, but just with a new IP rigt?

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    Yeah pretty much.

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