Commands may be issued to the service agent(s) in order to manage registered channels. The commands must either be prefixed with "/msg NickServ or /msg ChanServ"
The Professional, Developer and Enterprise Editions of ConferenceRoom support registered channels. The Personal Edition of ConferenceRoom does not support registered channels. Registering a channel provides the following benefits:
When used in a network of ConferenceRoom servers, the registered channel Service Agent on each server manages all users who access channels registered on the network and cooperates in a distributed fashion to resolve conflicts among agents. The rule for resolving conflicts when the same channel is registered on two different servers is first-come-first-serve - the server which has registered the channel first manages that channel.Becoming an Operator in a Registered Channel
One of the most important features of Registered Channel Services is the handling of channel operators. When joining a registered room/channel with no users in it, you are not automatically a channel operator as is the case with non-registered (dynamic) channels. Operator status in a registered channel is assigned under two specific circumstances: your nickname, userid and hostname match either an AOP or SOP entry for this channel. To check channel operator status, contact an SOP of the channel or a Server Administrator (use /admin to locate the active administrator of your system)ConferenceRoom Services
ConferenceRoom services will allow you to manage your own nickname and channel via ChanServ and NickServ. ConferenceRoom services also include MemoServ and OperServ on the Enterprise edition of ConferenceRoom. HelpServ is included in all the editions of ConferenceRoom.
HelpServ has help files on all the ConferenceRoom commands excluding Services commands such as NickServ, ChanServ, MemoServ and OperServ.
If you own a copy of ConferenceRoom Professional, Developer or Enterprise Editions you can enable services using the following command syntax:
/as services enable
You must be a Server Admin to issue those commands.
If you own a copy of the Enterprise edition, you can enable OperServ and MemoServ using the following commands:
/as services memoserv enable
Basic Information on nickname registration
In order to register a channel one must have a registered nickname. Your first step will be to change your nickname from Guestxxxx to your new nickname. Keep in mind that without a registered nickname if you are an owner of the Enterprise edition, you will not be able to be added to the ROOT operator's list. Thus why the importance of having a registered nickname.
First of all you will use the /nick newnickname command to change your nickname from Guest to your own nickname.
Now that you have selected a nickname that you would like to own type the following information to register it.
/ns register yourpassword youremail. You choose your own password and put your real email in the email field since it is a determining factor when trying to retrieve your password in case you lose it.
Example: /ns register mypass email@example.com
Write your password down in order not to forget it and make your password something
hard to guess using numbers and letters or various characters here are some
examples: myp@22 or mypass987