Quick Start Guide
Are you interested in keeping your server members safe from hackers and compromised bots? You're in the right place! This guide will walk you through setting up Good Knight in your Discord server
- 1.Add Good Knight to your server
- 2.Drag its role above any active role
- 3.Remove dangerous permissions from all active roles/users
- 4.Server owner runs /setup and follows the walkthrough
- 5.Server owner sets their password with /password-manage
- 6.Create moderators with /manage-mods
Note: For the rest of this Quick Start Guide, it is assumed that Good Knight was given
When added to your server, Good Knight will create its own role. This role should be dragged up towards the top of the role list. Just below any cold admin roles. Good Knight is your last line of defense against hackers and compromised bots. Its role should be above any other security or moderation bots (Wick, Dyno, Beemo, Security, etc.).
The Good Knight Permissions Wizard has the power to grant temporary permissions to your moderators. If this feature is activated, it is recommended to remove dangerous permissions from all active users in the server. Be sure to check for both role and channel overwrite permissions. Instead, admins and mods can be safely granted temporary permissions through the Permissions Wizard!
For a sample role setup, see below
- Follow the walk-through prompts
Once setup is complete, the owner and Good Knight admins can set their password and begin selecting users as Good Knight mods who can help manage the server.
When anti-link is active, Good Knight will delete any message including an unapproved link. Link and channel registration is a key feature that allows you to customize which links are trusted. The link registration list is managed using:
and can be viewed using:
When anti-webhook is active, Good Knight will delete any messages sent by an unapproved webhook, unless that webhook is registered, and remove unregistered webhooks from your server. It also moderates any webhooks including Open webhooks, Channel Follows, and Closed Webhooks. Webhook moderation is managed using:
and can be viewed using the manager or: