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  • [Solution] How to setup more than one admin for webadmin

    1. stop your server from running
    2. open the startup batfile and remove the
      ?adminpass=123
      (I didn't save the original bat so the command might look a bit different). (Note: This is generally not needed when you have bought a server through a GSP).
    3. open ROWEB.ini and change the following under [IpDrv.WebServer]:
      bEnabled=true
    4. open ROWebAdmin.ini and add the following under [WebAdmin.WebAdmin]:
      AuthenticationClass=WebAdmin.MultiWebAdminAuth
    5. RUN server so that the ini file ROMultiAdmin.ini gets created.
    6. Close the server and open ROMultiAdmin.ini
    7. Edit the file to be like this:
      Spoiler!

    8. Startup the server and Login to webadmin where the username/password is Admin/Admin (case sensitive!).
    9. Setup the Admins from the webadmin (or manually edit ROMultiAdmin.ini).

    Doing this and starting your server should give you the additional Administrators tab in the webadmin:

    Please report if this works for you, I've been messing around with the files a bit and might have missed a step somewhere.
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    Last edited by Zetsumei; 09-19-2011, 08:17 AM.

  • #2
    I followed these steps, and now I can't log in. No matter what admin and password combo I use, just keeps telling me its wrong, even though it shouldnt be.

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    • #3
      have you tried Admin/Admin (first letter is capital!) as login and removed the password bit from the startup command line? That is generally the default login.

      if that doesn't work try the following
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      Open ROMultiadmin.ini
      you will see something like this:
      [Admin MultiAdminData]

      this means Admin is your login.
      the password is encrypted but the hash 1f95ec61b6ef02b5d2b138654da138bfdbbc7f3c stands for Admin.

      so if you edit ROMultiadmin to be like this:

      [Admin MultiAdminData]
      DisplayName=IloveZetsumei
      Password=1f95ec61b6ef02b5d2b138654da138bfdbbc7f3c
      Order=DenyAllow
      bEnabled=True

      the password will be Admin/Admin
      Last edited by Zetsumei; 08-29-2011, 04:44 PM.

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      • #4
        yep. I restored the ini back ups I had and got back in, but let me try again. post the results in a sec.

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        • #5
          It works. Not sure what I did differently this time around, but what it did was change the Administrator user to Admin, and set the password to the password I'd previously set up for administrator in the regular webadmin.

          Dunno, but it works now

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          • #6
            you could try opening ROWebAdmin.ini

            under [WebAdmin.WebAdmin] changing the line:
            bHttpAuth=true

            and under [WebAdmin.QHCurrent] adding the line:
            RequireUsername=Admin

            then finally deleting ROWebAdmin.ini

            Afterwards try logging in with your default set password and username Admin

            -----------------

            Edit: Good that you got it working. Perhaps in the creation of ROWebAdmin it copies whatever username/password you had set in the ini.
            Last edited by Zetsumei; 08-29-2011, 05:08 PM.

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            • #7
              Hey Zetsumei,

              Thanks for posting this. I just have a question for you. When I add a new admin, I'm able to connect with it but it always says I don't have enough permissions to see this page even if I specify this page in the allow patterns. Where you able to make it work on you side ?

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              • #8
                It seems to work here. Haven't really messed around with it much though.

                Are you sure your admins are enabled. And what access order are you using, you might be denying what you want to allow and visa versa.
                Last edited by Zetsumei; 08-29-2011, 06:57 PM.

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                • #9
                  One of my clanmates set up the server. I'll go take a look to be sure all is activated.

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                  • #10
                    I thought that you could add an admin on the fly, but once you added him via the webadmin you still need to restart the server. That was my bad.

                    Edit by zetsumei:
                    oops clicked edit instead of quote sorry for that.
                    Last edited by Zetsumei; 08-29-2011, 07:19 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Ceraetes View Post
                      I thought that you could add an admin on the fly, but once you added him via the webadmin you still need to restart the server. That was my bad.
                      Anyway, what i wanted to write was that rather than restarting the server changing the map will likely make the new admins go in effect as well.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Zetsumei View Post
                        Anyway, what i wanted to write was that rather than restarting the server changing the map will likely make the new admins go in effect as well.
                        Good to know thanks.

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                        • #13
                          Is there a possibility to setup permissions for users? Say I want x user to only be able to change maps, but not server variables.
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                          • #14
                            Where i can Login to webadmin ....

                            plz

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by last night View Post
                              Where i can Login to webadmin ....

                              plz
                              Just use the same IP you set up for your server.

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