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TeamSpeak 3 Servers
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TeamSpeak 3 FAQ/Knowledge Base


When you setup your account you will be e-mailed an admin token. Once you have this, copy it and launch the TS3 client and connect to your server as a normal user. Now, go to Permissions > Use Token and paste the Token ID into the box. If successful, this will make you a Server Admin and you should see a "SA" icon next to your name.

Note the token can only be used ONCE. After you're logged in as a Server Admin you can create a new token for someone else to use by going to Permissions > Token Manager > Add Token and choosing Server Group for type and Server Admin for group then clicking Create. You can then email or provide the token to another user allowing them to do the same thing.



To remove your server from the Teamspeak 3 public listing page simply right click on your server name inside the Teamspeak 3 client, click on "Edit Virtual Server", then click "more" and the "Misc" tab, then make sure to uncheck the "Enable reporting to the server list".

If you do not have the ability to uncheck this then you will need to log into your control panel and reset your permissions.



This basic tutorial is to show how someone can put in their information and log in to their selected server.

Step One: Double-click your TeamSpeak 3 Icon on your Desktop to open up the Teamspeak 3 client.

Step Two: Once the Teamspeak 3 Client is open on the top left of the Teamspeak 3 client click on "Connections" and then click "Connect"(Ctrl+S) it is the first option on the drop down box.

Step Three: After you go to "Connections" and the "Connect" a small control panel asking for a Address(Server address/IP), Port (Your port is given to you in your email with the rest of the information like your Token.) Your Nickname (Can be anything you want), Password (If you didn't set a password for your server, don't put one in)

Step Four: Then fill in all the information that was given to you in your automated set up email (Don't forget to check the 'Junk' folder just in case). If you did not set a password leave it blank, for your Username put in what ever you want.

While entering your information make sure you put in both the hostname and the port. In the example below we are connecting to the hostname and using the port 2000. This means you would put your information in seperating with a colon hostname:port or

Step Five: You can hit the "Connect" button at the bottom of the panel now to connect to your server, or if you are already connected to a server and don't want to disconnect from it, click the "In New Tab" button to open another Teamspeak 3 server connection in a new tab so you can access both servers at once.


During the beta TeamSpeak changed the way that permissions are displayed by default. The new changes were made because about 90% of all TeamSpeak 3 hosting companies will block the majority if not all of the advanced permissions and only let you have a minimal amount of control. Therefore the TeamSpeak developers made a user friendly version of the TeamSpeak permissions with only the most used permissions that most hosting companies use. 

We believe that what other hosting companies are doing is wrong. You are paying for a server and it belongs to you. You should have FULL control. To see advanced permissions follow these steps in your client.

  1. Go to settings in the toolbar
  2. Click on the options tab (you can also just press Alt+P if using windows)
  3. Once you are in your options dialog on the left-hand side you will see tabs. The very top one says "Application" click on this.
  4. In the Misc section you will see a box for "Advanced permissions system" make sure this box is checked.
  5. Press the apply button in the bottom right and then "Ok" to close the options window.

When editing or viewing permissions you should now see EVERY setting available. Keep in mind that any global or host permissions allow you to change the settings in EVERY server even other customers so they are greyed out, but every single permission and setting that is in relation to your server is enabled. We limit nothing.



In TeamSpeak 3 user login names and passwords no longer exist. Instead users connect to a virtual server providing just a nickname, which is only used for how to display the user to others but in no way related to access control. To identify a user on a TeamSpeak 3 virtual server, a public key encryption mechanism is used: When the Client is started for the first time, it automatically creates a key pair consisting of a public and a private key. The first time a new user connects to a virtual server, his client will automatically send his public key to the server. The virtual server creates an unique identifier from this public key and stores this identifier in its database. So instead of identification with login and password, a TeamSpeak 3 server identifies users by their unique ID. Should the user delete his private key and create a new one when connecting, he will be treated as a new individual by the server.

Since there is no input needed to "register" on a TeamSpeak 3 server there is no such thing as a manual registration in TeamSpeak 3. Basically once you connect you are automatically registered on the server you connected to. When you join again the server will recognize you.
Step 1

Log into your server with the information you were provided in your setup email. You will see that you are a regular user. Open the permissions tab at the top of the page. You will notice a button that says "Use Privilege Key"
Click on the "Use Privilege Key" button and you will be presented with a little window.
Step 2

Go into your email and locate the Privilege Key that was provided in your email. This will be the Privilege Key you put into the system. We suggest you copy and paste the Privilege Key from your email into the window.

Highlight the entire Privilege Key and then copy it. You will then want to paste it into the window that was opened when you hit the "Use Privilege Key" button in that permissions tab.
You will now notice that you have full server admin of your server. Enjoy your server.



The Permission System is a very versatile and feature rich system that determines which users are allowed to do which actions. This system consists of groups that are assigned to sets of permissions. This can be uses for tiers of power or for even designation of class. In this guide we will go over where you can access your permission system and the basics of modifying them

Step 1 - Finding your permission manager

When you connect to a server for the first time you will notice that you don't have any rights or permissions unless the server owner has given the default user more rights. If this is the case you will need to get your own token from the server master or from your setup email.
If you can't select any of the permission managers then you don't have enough rights to make or modify permissions. You will need to get a hold of one of your server admins in order to get those rights.
Find the permission tab at the top of your Teamspeak 3 window. You will then notice 5 different options in modifying permissions. We will go over the first as the rest are fairly basic.

Step 2 - Knowing your permission manager

Click on "Server Groups" Once you click on this a window will appear. This window is divided into 3 sections:

Groups: This is a list of all the groups that you have for this particular section. Next to each name is a number this is their group ID. You will notice that you can modify these groups by the three buttons located at the bottom.
Permissions: This is the main navigation window. This is where you can go through and view all the permissions associated to the group and go about modifying those rights.
Clients: These are the clients that are associated with the highlighted group. The number next to each client is their group id number.

Step 3 - Adding and Removing permissions

So that we can narrow down our choices we will type in the desired permission that we want to assign to the group so we type in $quo;Kick$quo;� into the filter. When we click on the Guest group we see that they do not have any kicking privileges granted. If you right click on the permission you will see your options in adding the permission.

If you add the permission or the permission is already there when you right click on it again you will see that you then have options of removing that permission.

Step 4 - Understanding your permissions.

When permission is granted you will notice several options to the permission.
Let's go over briefly what each one means.
Value: This is the value of the permission. Depending on the type of permission this will determine the amount of power associated with the action.
Skip: This means that this power will not be overwritten by any other groups that the user might be in that have the same permission but different values.
Negate: This prevents the user from using the permission.

You now have a basic understanding of how to create groups and modify their permissions. This opens so many possibilities it is hard to imagine what you can't do with all this flexibility. 
Basic Example: We created a group that has all the powers of a server admin but still can't really change the server. We revoked the rights to modify permissions, create tokens and remove complaints made against them.



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