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  1. #1
    Join Date
    April 2006
    The Netherlands

    Disconnected from server (invalid parameter size)

    Hi all,

    On our server we get a lot of people complaining all of a sudden because they get this message when connecting to the server. I recently rebuild the server by deleting the sqlitedb logs and files. Afterwards i recreated all channels and server groups again by hand.
    Some users have no problem at all, and others can connect (they show up on the default channel) and are then disconnected with: Disconnected from server (invalid parameter size)

    Server Running:
    Tried restarting server not helping.

    I could really use some help/pointers where to look...

  2. #2
    Join Date
    September 2012
    This usually happens when old clients try to connect to newer servers.
    Make sure all of them are running the latest client which is at the time of this post.

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