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  1. #81
    Quote Originally Posted by EBassie View Post
    You should install this on your client Procon instance, not on your layer.
    So, do I understand correctly that if I want this to work, I need to have 1 connection open to the server directly, in my Procon client, so that I can run local plugins?

    Or is there a different option to separate local plugins from remote layer ones?

    I usually just have 1 connection to the layer IP to do all my admin stuff, but I must say I'm inexperienced with Procon.

    Thanks for your help.

    Edit: the way I see it i could ofcourse always use 2 connections, 1 to the layer, 1 to the server with the alert plugin, but to me that seems like a security risk if I want my other admins to be able to use the alert plugin aswell. I'd have to give them the global admin password, whereas with the layer I can setup nicely limited accounts.
    Last edited by Blace; 28-03-2015 at 02:32.

  2. #82
    Quote Originally Posted by Blace View Post
    So, do I understand correctly that if I want this to work, I need to have 1 connection open to the server directly, in my Procon client, so that I can run local plugins?

    Or is there a different option to separate local plugins from remote layer ones?

    I usually just have 1 connection to the layer IP to do all my admin stuff, but I must say I'm inexperienced with Procon.

    Thanks for your help.

    Edit: the way I see it i could ofcourse always use 2 connections, 1 to the layer, 1 to the server with the alert plugin, but to me that seems like a security risk if I want my other admins to be able to use the alert plugin aswell. I'd have to give them the global admin password, whereas with the layer I can setup nicely limited accounts.
    you dont have to seperate local/layer. you go to tools- options- show local plugin tab and put it there locally.

  3. #83
    Quote Originally Posted by xFaNtASyGiRLx View Post
    you dont have to seperate local/layer. you go to tools- options- show local plugin tab and put it there locally.
    Ah thanks so much! Totally looked over that, I was also specifically looking for something with 'show', but it was the other way around :P disable the 'Hide local plugins folder tab' checkbox

    Thanks again, works now.

  4. #84
    Quote Originally Posted by ghost-hsdragon View Post
    I am also getting the problem where it resets the system tray alert to "off" when i shutdown procon. Everything else seems to be fine only the "enable system tray alert" resets.
    The other one is the best

  5. #85
    Hello!
    The plugin does not save some settings after restarting Procon.

    P.s: Procon_1.5.1.1
    AdminAlerts_2.3
    BF:Hardline
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