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I am having a very strange issue with my Mumble server. I changed certificates
on my PC, so I removed my user account and created a new one. Whatever I do, I
cannot make it admin. I have registered other users and made them admin using
the Superuser account, but I cannot seem to make my personal account admin.
Under admin in the Groups tab, my name does not show up, even though I am
registered on the server. If I type it in and add it, it simply comes up in
italic, and it doesn't save it when I press OK.
I have deleted the account and remade it three times. Why can I not seem to
make this particular account admin?
I figured it out. For some reason, I had to do it from another computer. Not
sure why, but it worked.
I have the exact same problem, but I don't have another computer right now to
connect from. Does anyone know how to fix this?
Same problem as above.
Do you have rentall server or running your own server?
if running own server get php Mumble Admin from https://sourceforge.net/proje
it helps alot you to upkeep mumble server, you can easy manage admin rights to
Recuires web server ofc with php support.
Problem tho sounds bit odd, have the admin rights worked before?
Does it show in server that your username is registered?
7. I typed my name into the box and clicked add. (you can only add registered users who shows at the list)
When you register username in server some times you need to relog to server
before it shows you in the list.
So create username, log in with it and register it if you can self register.
Then log out of server and then log back in.
Then log out and login with SuperUser and add it to the admin group.
Hope some of theese tips helps you, if not lets figure out whats wrong.
I managed to work around the problem by shutting down my mumble server and
starting it again after registering my name. Upon restart, I logged in as
SuperUser and I was able to add myself to the admin group.
Server is my own running on an Amazon EC2 instance. Installing a web service
to manage my server is overkill, I only needed to add myself as admin and do