In TeamSpeak 3, the server administrator privilege key is a crucial element that grants administrative access and control over the server. This documentation will guide you through the process of generating a server administrator privilege key in TeamSpeak 3.
Accessing Server Query #
To generate the server administrator privilege key, you need to access the Server Query interface. Follow these steps:
- Launch TeamSpeak 3 Server on your server machine.
- Open a terminal or command prompt.
- Navigate to the TeamSpeak 3 Server installation directory.
- Run the Server Query client by executing the appropriate command, such as
- Once the Server Query client is running, you will see a command prompt indicating a successful connection.
Generating the Server Administrator Privilege Key #
To generate the server administrator privilege key, follow these steps in the Server Query interface:
- Type the following command and press Enter to log in as a Server Query administrator:
login serveradmin <serveradmin_password>
<serveradmin_password>with the server administrator password you set during the initial server setup.
- After successfully logging in, you will see a response indicating a successful login.
- To generate the server administrator privilege key, enter the following command:
tokenadd tokentype=0 tokenid1=0 tokenid2=1 tokendescription=ServerAdminToken
This command generates a new server administrator privilege key with the description “ServerAdminToken.”
- Upon successful execution of the command, you will receive a response containing the newly generated privilege key. Make a note of this key as it grants server administrator access.
- To exit the Server Query interface, type the following command and press Enter:
Using the Server Administrator Privilege Key #
Once you have generated the server administrator privilege key, you can use it to gain administrative access to your TeamSpeak 3 Server. Follow these steps:
- Launch the TeamSpeak 3 Client on your computer.
- In the TeamSpeak 3 Client interface, click on “Connections” and then select “Connect.”
- Enter the server address (IP or hostname) and any other necessary login credentials.
- In the “Privilege Key” field, enter the server administrator privilege key you generated earlier.
- Click on “Connect” to establish a connection to the server.
- Upon successful connection, you will have server administrator privileges and full control over the server.
By following the steps outlined above, you can generate a server administrator privilege key in TeamSpeak 3 and use it to gain administrative access to your server. Remember to keep the privilege key secure and make note of it for future reference. With the server administrator privileges, you can configure and manage your TeamSpeak 3 Server effectively, ensuring smooth and secure communication within your server environment.