`Command` Example `Description`

#login password #login adminPW `Log in as the admin.`*

`#logout`--------------------> Admin log out.

#mission filename #mission myDM.intro `Select mission with known name`
#missions -----------> `Select mission.`
#restart -----------> `Restart mission.`
#reassign ----------> `Start over and reassign roles.`
#shutdown --------> `Shuts down the server.`
#init -----------> Reload server config file loaded by -config option.
#exec ban (name, ID or Player#) #exec ban nickName Allows you to ban a player
`Their ID will be added to the ban.txt
#kick (name, ID or Player#) #kick nickName
#kick 47114712
Allows you to kick a player.

#monitor (interval in sec) #monitor 1 Shows performance information of the server. Interval 0 means to stop monitoring.
Player
Command Example Description
#vote missions Users can vote for the mission selection.
#vote mission (name) #vote mission myD.intro Users can vote on a particular mission to loaded.
#vote admin (name/ID/PLR#) #vote admin nickName
#vote admin 47114712
#vote admin 3

Users can vote an admin to control the server.
#vote kick (name, ID or Player#) #vote kick nickName
#vote kick 47114712
#vote kick 3

Users can vote to kick off an individual.
#vote restart Vote to restart the mission.
#vote reassign Vote to reassign.
#userlist Displays the list of users on the server (use PgUp to scroll up)

Battleye
Command Description
#beclient players Displays the list of GUID's of all players on the server.
#beclient guid Show your own GUID.

Arma 3
In Arma 3 #exec kick and #exec ban commands require quotes for Name, UID or Player#.

#exec kick "5"
#exec ban "imah4x0r"
#exec kick "938679499494"

#kick command can still be used either way:
#kick imah4x0r
#kick "imah4x0r"

In case of banning, ban.txt file is created in root Arma 3 directory that contains a list of banned UIDs.
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