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Thread: Permission Fail

  1. #1
    Join Date
    February 2013
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    Permission Fail

    Hey Guys,
    First of all, im german so sorry for my grammar and my speelling.

    My problem:
    I have 9 adminchannels.

    samplesupporter
    supporter
    moderator
    administrator
    superadministrator
    servermanager
    comunitymanager
    co-serverowner
    serverowner

    Now i want that samplesupporters only can join in samplesupporters channel and not in the others.
    Supporters should join in samplesupporters and supporters channel
    Moderators in samplesupporters supporters and moderators channel and so on.

    Grouppermissions:
    i_channel_join_power:

    samplesupporter - 25
    supporter - 30
    moderator - 35
    administrator - 40
    superadministrator - 45
    servermanager - 75 (should join in every channel)
    comunitymanager - 70
    (co-)serverowner - 75

    b_channel_join_permanent - on
    b_channel_join_semi_permanent - on
    b_channel_join_temporary - on

    Channelpermissions:
    i_channel_needed_join_power

    samplesupporter - 25
    supporter - 30
    moderator - 35
    administrator - 40
    superadministrator - 45
    servermanager - 75
    comunitymanager - 70
    co-serverowner - 75
    serverowner - 75

    b_channel_join_permament - on

    Samplesupporters can only join in its own channel. But Supporter can join in every channel. Why? What permissions i have to set so the groups can join only their own channel?

    Tanks for answers.

    Greetings

  2. #2
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    Supporter probably has b_client_skip_channelgroup_permissions set, which makes him ignore the needed-join_power set on the channel. Remove that permission from the group and you are set.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    September 2012
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    Hey Chris.

    Thanks for your Answer.
    I write this in the "order" of waterwavez.

    Thank you.
    The method has worked wonderfully.

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