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Nope, What security level is your TS server set too. My security level is set at 9 and this is the only TS server that won’t allow me to connect. I keep getting the “Insufficient identity security level for this server. You need to improve your identity security level” message. It is still asking for a security level of 10 for me to connect. My main concern is if I start messing with Security levels that I could end up borking my other TS connections.
I took a gamble and I created a new user and set the security level to 20 on that user to see if there were different security levels given to each user. There are by the way. That worked and I logged in just fine.
This video on improving your security level will help anyone else that runs into this problem.
To find out what level started to get time consuming I created a user and tried for a security level of 30. I got to 26 in about 10 minutes. To get from 26 to 30 TeamSpeak was estimating at least another 60 minutes.
Level 8 to Level 26 - 10 minutes
Level 26 to Level 28 - 20 minutes (30 minutes total)
30 minutes is roughly the amount of time it will take for each identity you create to get to Security level 28. I haven’t seen any more improvements above security level 28 in the last 30 minutes which puts me 60 minutes into the improvement of the user I created for this test. So it looks like getting above Security level 28 is when it starts to get really time consuming.