Locked out of my own mumble server, Don't know what to do

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Steve M
2012-11-26
2012-11-27
  • Steve M

    Steve M - 2012-11-26

    I set up a mumble server, just plain general server and I made a certificate for myself. I'm not the admin I didn't know how to do that. I'm not locked out of the server because every time I try to connect it says wrong password for registered users. I looked though the murmur.ini and took off the password and whatever that registered users password "secret" was I took that off.

    I'm locked out of the mumble and there are no admins connected to it. So all my friends can log in except me :D If anyone knows how I could fix this that would be great

    "also" I have no certificates on my computer. I accidentally deleted them D:.

     
    • Wayne McMichael

      Wayne McMichael - 2012-11-26

      One thing I found was you have to "type" the password in sometimes.

      Not usually, but we have seen that happen, where COPY & PASTE won't work.

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      From: Steve M [mailto:smrtin@users.sf.net]
      Sent: 26 November, 2012 4:09 PM
      To: [mumble:discussion]
      Subject: [mumble:discussion] Locked out of my own mumble server, Don't know
      what to do

      I set up a mumble server, just plain general server and I made a certificate
      for myself. I'm not the admin I didn't know how to do that. I'm not locked
      out of the server because every time I try to connect it says wrong password
      for registered users. I looked though the murmur.ini and took off the
      password and whatever that registered users password "secret" was I took
      that off.

      I'm locked out of the mumble and there are no admins connected to it. So all
      my friends can log in except me :D If anyone knows how I could fix this that
      would be great

      "also" I have no certificates on my computer. I accidentally deleted them
      D:.


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  • Steve M

    Steve M - 2012-11-27

    I haven't tried to copy and paste, but what I ended up doing is going through another port and I set up the superuser first then. So I have that backup in case anything like this happens to me again ^_^. Thank you

     

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