Minecraft Private/dedicated Server Guide (pc)

The server will start, generating some new files, in order to configure your server you must edit these files. You will have to shutdown the server first. Step 4| How to Configure Minecraft Server Configure your server by opening server.properties in notepad. Change settings as you wish, if you want a private server change Public to False. Other changes depend on you, mine were: verify-names=true admin-slot=true port=25565 public=false server-name=Vendetta Minecraft Server max-players=16 max-connections=3 motd=Welcome to HELL\! grow-trees=true You can add usernames of the admins who will have op (operator) in admin.txt. An admin with op rights can use these commands: /op . Makes the player with name an OP. They have to be logged in. /deop . De-ops a player. /kick . Kicks a player /ban . Bans and kicks a player /unban . Pardons a banned player /banip . Bans a player by IP. Cannot be undone in game, you must manually change banned-ip.txt. /say . Broadcasts across the entire server. /setspawn. Sets the current location as the default spawn location for new players /tp . Teleports to a player. /tp.
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