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How to Generate a Privilege Key for Teamspeak 3 Server



How to Generate a Privilege Key for Teamspeak 3 Server




Teamspeak 3 is a popular voice communication software that allows users to chat with each other over the internet. To join a Teamspeak 3 server, you may need a privilege key that grants you access to certain features and permissions. A privilege key is a unique code that can be used once to assign a server group to a client. If you own or manage a Teamspeak 3 server, you may want to generate a privilege key for yourself or for other users. Here are some steps on how to do that.


  • Connect to your Teamspeak 3 server using a telnet client, such as PuTTy. You can find the IP address and port of your server in the server log file, which is located in the logs folder of your server installation. The default port for telnet is 10011.



  • Login using the command login serveradmin password, where password is the same as the one you set for your serveradmin account when you first ran the server. You should see a message saying "error id=0 msg=ok" if you logged in successfully.



  • Select the virtual server you want to use by entering the command use sid=serverID, where serverID is the numerical ID of your server. You can find the ID in the server log file or by using the command serverlist. You should see a message saying "selected virtualserver id=serverID" if you selected it successfully.



  • Generate a privilege key by entering the command tokenadd tokentype=0 tokenid1=groupID tokenid2=0, where groupID is the numerical ID of the server group you want to assign to the client. You can find the ID by using the command servergrouplist. For example, if you want to generate a privilege key for the server admin group, which usually has an ID of 6, you would enter tokenadd tokentype=0 tokenid1=6 tokenid2=0. You should see a message saying "token=privilegeKey" if you generated it successfully.



  • Copy and paste the privilege key in Teamspeak 3 client under Permissions > Use Privilege Key. You should see a message saying "You were added to server group 'serverGroupName'" if you used it successfully.



Congratulations! You have just generated and used a privilege key for your Teamspeak 3 server. You can generate more privilege keys for different server groups and clients as needed. Remember that each privilege key can only be used once and expires after 24 hours if not used.


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How to Manage Privilege Keys on Teamspeak 3 Server




As a server owner or administrator, you may want to manage the privilege keys that you or other users have generated. You can view, delete, or modify the privilege keys on your Teamspeak 3 server using the telnet client or the web interface. Here are some steps on how to do that.


  • Connect to your Teamspeak 3 server using a telnet client or a web browser. If you use a web browser, you need to enter the IP address and port of your server followed by /weblist. For example, if your server IP is 192.168.1.100 and port is 10011, you would enter http://192.168.1.100:10011/weblist in your browser.



  • Login using the same credentials as before. If you use a web browser, you need to enter them in the pop-up window that appears.



  • Select the virtual server you want to use by entering the command use sid=serverID in the telnet client or by clicking on the server name in the web interface.



  • View the list of privilege keys by entering the command tokenlist in the telnet client or by clicking on Tokens in the web interface. You should see a table showing the token ID, token type, token value, token description, and token creation date for each privilege key.



  • Delete a privilege key by entering the command tokendelete tokenID in the telnet client or by clicking on Delete next to the privilege key in the web interface. You should see a message saying "error id=0 msg=ok" if you deleted it successfully.



  • Modify a privilege key by entering the command tokenadd tokentype=tokenType tokenid1=groupID tokenid2=channelID tokencustomset=customSet tokenid=tokenID in the telnet client or by clicking on Edit next to the privilege key in the web interface. You can change any of the parameters except for the token ID. For example, if you want to change the server group of a privilege key from 6 to 7, you would enter tokenadd tokentype=0 tokenid1=7 tokenid2=0 tokencustomset=0 tokenid=tokenID. You should see a message saying "error id=0 msg=ok" if you modified it successfully.



Congratulations! You have just managed the privilege keys on your Teamspeak 3 server. You can view, delete, or modify more privilege keys as needed. Remember that each privilege key can only be used once and expires after 24 hours if not used.


How to Generate a Privilege Key for Teamspeak 3 Client




If you are a regular user of Teamspeak 3 and want to join a server that requires a privilege key, you may need to ask the server owner or administrator for one. However, if you have access to another Teamspeak 3 client that already has permissions on that server, you can generate a privilege key for yourself using that client. Here are some steps on how to do that.


  • Connect to the Teamspeak 3 server using another client that has permissions on that server.



  • Select yourself in the client list and right-click on your name.



  • Select Permissions > Create Privilege Key.



  • Select the type of privilege key you want to create: Server Group or Channel Group.



  • Select the group you want to assign to yourself: Server Admin, Guest, etc.



  • Select whether you want to create a custom set of permissions for yourself or use the default ones.



  • Click on Create and copy the privilege key that appears in a pop-up window.



  • Paste the privilege key in your own Teamspeak 3 client under Permissions > Use Privilege Key. You should see a message saying "You were added to server group 'serverGroupName'" if you used it successfully.



Congratulations! You have just generated and used a privilege key for your Teamspeak 3 client. You can generate more privilege keys for different groups and clients as needed. Remember that each privilege key can only be used once and expires after 24 hours if not used. 0efd9a6b88


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