I would like to exclude my admins from any SMAC checks so their not bothered by it. I haven't seen anything regarding that on the wiki. How would i do that? When i tested it i had permissions "z" and this was the result:
The original devs, if I remember correctly, did not implement that due to the possibility of vulnerabilities. Don't quote me on that since it was a long time ago, but people had asked about that before I believe. That and at the time, it may have simply been easier to check everyone than to make exceptions, especially when it came to checking the values of cvars for each player that they should not be changing/accessing.
If you plan on using the smac_cvar module, you should be aware that anything flagged as a cheat will be in the list of cvars to monitor to see if a client attempt to change them. If there is a reason your admin is trying to change the metamod version, or its something you'd rather not be a kickable/bannable offense, you can remove that cvar from the list via "smac_removecvar" in either your "sourcemod.cfg" or "server.cfg" file or by editing the code and recompiling the plugins for yourself, if you wish.
As far as adding the ability to flag users for bypassing SMAC, in my opinion, I do not think its a good idea to implement such a thing for an anti-cheat as it would call the validity of SMAC into question, especially if players (and in some cases, admins) had the ability to bypass it in some way.