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Revision as of 07:17, 2 August 2021

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These instructions apply to the experimental / official version of Rust.

Administrators can be entered in two ways:

  • Through a RCON tool
  • Through a configuration file

The following is an explanation of both methods.

Administration tool

First you have to connect to your server using a :RCON Tool like RustAdmin. Once logged in, run the following commands:
ownerid 76561234567891011 YourNameHere Owner
Examples:

  • ownerid: command
  • 76561234567891011: user's SteamID64
  • YourNameHere: user name
  • Owner: it can be anything you want, a short description is usually helpful here

Then you need to run the following command, since the previously entered administrators will only be kept until the next server restart:
servidor.writecfg
This saves the entered administrators to a file on the server. (The same file as in the next section)

Configuration file

Connect to your server with an FTP tool and open the following path or file:

 /rust/server/serverprofile/cfg/users.cfg 

If the file doesn't exist, you can just create it. Make sure the file has the extension ".cfg". In the file, add the first or other line in the following format:
ownerid 76561234567891011 "YourNameHere" "Titulo"

General

  • If the user is on the server at the time of modification, they must log out of the server and then log back in. Only then do administrator rights work.
  • You can check the steamID64 for example using the following tool: Steam ID Finder