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= Setting up a Whitelist =
 
= Setting up a Whitelist =
  
The Whitelist can be easily managed via the settings in the web interface. This requires the Steam64-ID. To do this, the profile URL can be copied in Steam in the profile by right-clicking. This link can now be inserted into the [http://steamid.co/ SteamID-Converter]. Then you can add it in the menu item "Whitelist" under the settings:  
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The Whitelist can be easily managed via the settings in the web interface.  
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This requires the Steam64-ID. To do this, the profile URL can be copied in Steam in the profile by right-clicking.  
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This link can now be inserted into the [http://steamid.co/ SteamID-Converter].  
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Then you can add it in the menu item "Whitelist" under the settings:  
  
 
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Revision as of 21:24, 19 October 2016

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General Information

A Whitelist has the advantage that players do not have to enter the server password when connecting to the server.

Setting up a Whitelist

The Whitelist can be easily managed via the settings in the web interface.

This requires the Steam64-ID. To do this, the profile URL can be copied in Steam in the profile by right-clicking.

This link can now be inserted into the SteamID-Converter.

Then you can add it in the menu item "Whitelist" under the settings:

If several players are registered, it is necessary to write them to the next column:

After a subsequent saving and restart, players can now record the server without a password. You can also add or remove players using the following "Admincheat": Activate: cheat AllowPlayerToJoinNoCheck SteamID Disable: cheat DisallowPlayerToJoinNoCheck SteamID The server should be restarted afterwards for the settings to be applied.