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How to Generate a New Privilege Key for Teamspeak 3




Teamspeak 3 is a popular voice communication software that allows users to chat with each other in real time. It is widely used by gamers, online communities, and businesses. Teamspeak 3 servers can have different user groups with different permissions, such as administrators, moderators, registered users, and guests. To join a user group, you need a privilege key, which is a unique code that grants you access to the group's features and settings.


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But what if you lose your privilege key, or you want to create a new one for someone else? In this article, we will show you how to generate a new privilege key for Teamspeak 3 using different methods.


Method 1: Using the Control Panel




If you own or rent a Teamspeak 3 server, you can use the control panel provided by your hosting provider to create new privilege keys. Here are the steps to follow:


  • Log into your control panel using your username and password.



  • Access the voice server you want to create a new privilege key for.



  • On the left-hand side, click on the "Tokens" section.



  • Select the user group you want to generate a privilege key for from the drop-down menu.



  • Click on the "Create" button.



  • Copy and paste the generated privilege key into your Teamspeak 3 client to join the user group.



You can also delete or edit existing privilege keys from the control panel.


Method 2: Using the ServerQuery




If you have access to the ServerQuery interface of your Teamspeak 3 server, you can use it to create new privilege keys using commands. ServerQuery is a text-based interface that allows you to interact with your server using Telnet or SSH. Here are the steps to follow:


  • Connect to your server using Telnet or SSH on port 10011 (default).



  • Login with your ServerQuery username and password using the command: login serveradmin password



  • Select the virtual server you want to create a new privilege key for using the command: use sid=serverID



  • Create a new privilege key for the user group you want using the command: tokenadd tokentype=0 tokenid1=groupID tokenid2=0



  • Copy and paste the generated privilege key into your Teamspeak 3 client to join the user group.



You can also delete or list existing privilege keys using the commands: tokendelete token and tokenlist


Method 3: Using the Log File




If you have access to the log file of your Teamspeak 3 server, you can find the privilege key that was generated when you first ran the server. This key gives you full administrator access to your server. Here are the steps to follow:


  • Locate the log file of your server in the logs folder. The file name should be in the format: ts3server_YYYY-MM-DD__HH-MM-SS.log



  • Open the log file with a text editor and search for the word "token". You should find a line that looks like this: 2013-07-18 19:09:35.234375INFO VirtualServer 1 client 'server'(id:0) added privilege key for servergroup 'Server Admin'(id:6) token=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx



  • Copy and paste the value of token into your Teamspeak 3 client to join the administrator group.



Note that this method only works if you have not used or deleted this key before.


Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to generate a new privilege key for Teamspeak 3 using different methods. You can use these methods to join different user groups on your server, or to grant access to other users. However, be careful not to share your privilege keys with anyone you do not trust, as they can abuse them or compromise your server. Always keep your keys safe and secure.


Sources:



  • [Stack Overflow]



  • [TserverHQ]



  • [Super User]




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