Can the United Nations security council deploy forces in areas of conflict without consent from a rebel group?

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On a United Nations site for, DEPLOYING PEACEKEEPERS, it said that

As a conflict develops, worsens, or approaches resolution, the UN is frequently involved in a number of consultations to determine the best response by the international community. These consultations would likely involve

  • All relevant United Nations actors

  • The potential host government and the parties on the ground

Does this mean that the consent of a rebel force (not recognized by the UN), which is in control of a region, is required to deploy UN peacekeeping forces by a UNSC Resolution?

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