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  1. #1
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    Need some help setting up permissions

    Hey

    I want to set up a permission system on my teamspeak but noob as I am I would like some help from you as I failed myself

    Well basically I have these servergroups

    Group 1: All Power, only this group can edit channels/virtual server
    Group 2: They can ban guests, and kick people from the server, move all.
    Group 3: They can move guests only, and kick guests from their channel
    Group 4: They can move guests only.
    Group 5: Guests

    Well this wasnt the hard part, but I get lost in the channel group part

    I will have quite a lot of free accessable channels, so group 1,2,3,4,5 can join.

    Furthermore I want a channel where

    A: Group 1,2,3,4 can join without pass
    B: Group 1 and 2 can join without pass
    C: Group 1 can only join without pass

    The group C isnt that hard, as that server group can ignore passwords.

    I hope you guys can help me out, as Im kinda lost.

    Anyway thanks for reading anyway.

    Ruben

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    Group 1 would be your server admin group. If you want to retain server admin for yourself then copy that group and set the value of those permissions to a lower number like 74 or 70.

    Group 2 needs an i_client_ban_power higher than the GUEST group's i_client_needed_ban_power but lower than Group 4's i_client_needed_ban_power.

    Set this group 2's i_client_move_power higher than all other group's i_client_needed_move_power.
    As for kick - you have two options either server or channel. Set Group 2's i_client_kick_from_server_power higher than all other group's i_client_needed_kick_from_server_power.

    Group 3 needs to have an i_client_move_power higher than the GUEST group's i_client_needed_move_power but lower than all other group's i_client_move_power higher than all other group's i_client_needed_move_power.

    Set Group 3's i_client_kick_from_channel_power higher than the GUEST group's i_client_needed_kick_from_channel_power but lower than all other group's i_client_needed_kick_from_channel_power.

    Group 4 needs to have an i_client_move_power higher than the GUEST group's i_client_needed_move_power but lower than all other group's i_client_move_power higher than all other group's i_client_needed_move_power.

    Group 5 will be the server group GUEST which is default unless you changed it to something else.

    If you use the filter option at the top of the permissions window you can filter for things like MOVE, JOIN, or PASSWORD. What I recommend doing is create an identity for each group you want to create and put them all on the server together and attempt to do the things you want that group to be able to do or not do.


    I like to use multiples of 5 for my powers just because it is easy to see. The key is to have a higher power than the needed power of the group you want to manipulate. (ie. Admins have a ban power of 75 and guests have a needed ban power of 15 so admins can ban guests.) I've got a spreadsheet out there with a basic setup that might be useful for you.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AvzMZX3uCf2-dEhVY2h4OWJxUWhNNUVQclpsem85NlE&usp=sharing
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HjL12rjrJRq_9QLywc2Hl7mavi0vCj13nYplxy0KicY/edit?usp=sharing

    Example:

    Group 1 : Server Admin group (standard value of 75)

    i_client_ban_power - 75
    i_client_needed_ban_power - 75
    i_client_move_power - 75
    i_client_needed_move_power - 75
    i_client_kick_from_server_power - 75
    i_client_needed_kick_from_server_power - 75
    i_client_kick_from_channel_power - 75
    i_client_needed_kick_from_channel_power - 75
    Group 2:
    i_client_ban_power - 15
    i_client_needed_ban_power - 75
    i_client_move_power - 70
    i_client_needed_move_power - 70
    i_client_kick_from_server_power - 70
    i_client_needed_kick_from_server_power - 70
    i_client_kick_from_channel_power - 70
    i_client_needed_kick_from_channel_power - 75

    Group 3:
    i_client_ban_power - 0
    i_client_needed_ban_power - 75
    i_client_move_power - 15
    i_client_needed_move_power - 70
    i_client_kick_from_channel_power - 50
    i_client_needed_kick_from_channel_power - 70
    i_client_kick_from_server_power - 0
    i_client_needed_kick_from_server_power - 70

    Group 4:
    i_client_ban_power - 0
    i_client_needed_ban_power - 75
    i_client_move_power - 15
    i_client_needed_move_power - 15
    i_client_kick_from_server_power - 0
    i_client_needed_kick_from_server_power - 70
    i_client_kick_from_channel_power - 0
    i_client_needed_kick_from_channel_power - 50


    Group 5:
    i_client_ban_power - 0
    i_client_needed_ban_power - 15
    i_client_move_power - 0
    i_client_needed_move_power - 15
    i_client_kick_from_server_power - 0
    i_client_needed_kick_from_server_power - 70
    i_client_kick_from_channel_power - 0
    i_client_needed_kick_from_channel_power - 15

    EDIT:
    Forgot to mention that you can create an identity for each group(just name them Group1, Group2, etc.) and join them to the server all together (connect in a new tab for each identity) and test out the permissions to verify they can/cannot do what you want to every other group.
    Last edited by poisonpanik; April 15th, 2014 at 04:54 AM.

  3. #3
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    Thanks for your answer mate, I will let you know if I got problems!

    And yes those server tabs, did the same with laptop/pc:P

  4. #4
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    Hey

    I have been working with it, but for some reason I cant get the join power right. I give the certain groups the join power, but they cant join even when their join power is higher(or equal) to the needed join power of the group.

    Anything Im missing or do I have to start with channel groups(I really get lost there)

    Regards

    Ruben

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    Stick with server groups to start. In the case of join power you need to set the needed_join_power on the channel because you are trying to restrict what group can join a specific channel. Once you start to understand the permissions a bit more then you can get into channelgroup permissions.

  6. #6
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    Like I said, or well I tried to said is that I set the needed_join_power to for example 20, and the join_power to 30 for a certain group. Still they cant join the specific channel.

    And well im fine with the servergroup stuff, dont want it all to be too complicated anyway

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    PM me your server info and I'll come help out.

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    Ok, all fixed. Your channel group GUEST had a join power of 0 which takes priority over the server group join power of 30.

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