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The Steam64ID can be found on steamid.co [http://steamid.co], steamidconverter.com [http://steamidconverter.com/], or steamid.io [https://steamid.io]. After entering the profile name, the Steam64ID is displayed in the lower area.
 
The Steam64ID can be found on steamid.co [http://steamid.co], steamidconverter.com [http://steamidconverter.com/], or steamid.io [https://steamid.io]. After entering the profile name, the Steam64ID is displayed in the lower area.
  
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Revision as of 03:31, 16 October 2016

Where to find User Administration Options

The file in which administrators or moderators can be registered can be found via the file browser under the name serveradmin.xml. Located in this file are the levels for the commands, as well as the players and their defined permission level.

How to Add Admins

Note that the comment characters (<!-- and -->) must be removed around the entries. These mark the entry as a comment, so it is not active in the game.

This section contains some information that is necessary to read the file correctly. Changes are not necessary here.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<adminTools>

In this section, you can create administrators and moderators for the server. It is important that the Steam64ID is entered correctly. This can be found under steamid.co [1], steamidconverter.com [2], or steamd.io [3].

The permission level indicates how many rights the registered Steam ID has. In this case, the admin has the most rights. The levels range from 0 to 1000, while registered players always have their own level and number. Thus in this example, the admin could execute all commands, the moderator has only the rights to use all commands from a permission level of 1.

    <admins>
        <admin steamID="STEAM64ID" permission_level="0" />
    </admins>

    <moderators>
        At this point, a moderator can be entered in the same way as described above.
        <moderator steamID="STEAM64ID" permission_level="1" />
    </moderators>

This part offers the possibility to assign the commands "Permission-Levels". These permission levels are used to give users different rights.

To add a command, just add a new line with <permission cmd = " 'command' permission_level =" 'permlevel' /> . Command and permission level can be adjusted as desired.

    <permissions>
        <permission cmd="dm" permission_level="0" />
        <permission cmd="kick" permission_level="1" />
        <permission cmd="ban" permission_level="1" />
    </permissions>

Here you can activate the Whitelist and the Blacklist. If there is no entry in the corresponding blocks, or it is excluded (as in this case), this option is not active. Otherwise, this works similar to the rights described in the upper section. With the Whitelist, the permission level can be defined here. The Blacklist, on the other hand, offers the option to run the "Blacklist entry" on a certain date. We have entered an example format of a date. The Blacklist is essentially your ban list.

    <whitelist>
        <!-- <whitelisted steamID="STEAM64ID" permission_level="" /> -->
    </whitelist>

    <blacklist>
        <!-- <blacklisted steamID="STEAM64ID" unbandate="3/20/2114 9:32:04 PM" /> -->
    </blacklist>
</adminTools>

How to get your SteamID64

The Steam64ID can be found on steamid.co [4], steamidconverter.com [5], or steamid.io [6]. After entering the profile name, the Steam64ID is displayed in the lower area.