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  1. #1
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    How to make an Seperate Password ( Not Temp ) and Jail the Users in an Channel

    I would like to Create an Permanent Login with an Speperate Password( Not the Server password ).

    Users that using this password should be Jaild in an Specified Channel.

    BTW im an SQL Noob So PLEASE an Easy Way.

    Thanks for your Help


    Greetings.

  2. #2
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    You need to assign a temporary server password to send people into a special channel that enforces "Sticky" on people so that they cannot enter any other channels after connecting.

  3. #3
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    Thanks For the Fast Answer BUT when im restarting the Server the Temp Password are gone at my Server.

    @Morthawt where is the Sticky Bit ? Whe i create an Temp Password there is no Sticky.
    Sorry im an Littel Confused.


    I thougt it will be possible by an Autoassign Group when an User enters an Specific Password.

    But Thanks a Lot.

    Greetings.

    Sorry for my Bad English.

  4. #4
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    There is only one password to a server and that sends you to the default channel (or whatever channel you specified when connecting).

    You will have to use temporary passwords if you want them to end up in a specific channel. And yes these passwords are called temporary for a reason, they are gone after a restart.

    You can then just have the channel you send them to have the permission b_client_is_sticky assigned to that channel. To assign you will have to enable the advanced permission system in settings > options > application and then right click the channel > channel permissions.


    An alternative way without using temporary passwords would be to just assign the sticky permission to the default channel and give them the real password or don't use a password at all.

  5. #5
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    Thanks a Lot.

    Will Try the b_client_is_sticky option.

    Greetings.

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