HOW-TO: Connect to Teamspeak Server with ServerAdmin rights.

Open your Teamspeak client and goto "Connection" and then "Connect"


Then right click in the open white area and click "Add Server".


Next label your server.


Then select the new entry and input your "Server Address:".


Now Input your nickname.


Tick the "Registered" option.
That should give you a "Login Name:" field, input "*ServerAdminUsername*" and for the "User Password" input "*ServerAdminPassword*".


Unregistered users will connect in a similar way but instead check "Anonymous" and input a ServerPassword if required.

Then click "Connect".

Using the local address book you will be a ServerAdmin(SA) when you join each time.



Also you can watch this flash movie for more help:
http://www.texasteamspeak.com/help/

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