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Configuration related to ARK: Survival Evolved only
Automatic Mod Installation and Update for ARK: Survival Evolved
We have an automatic mod install and update system available for our ARK: Survival Evolved game servers. With a simple setup, you'l never need to worry about installing or keeping mods up-to-date ever again. Important notes This only applies to ARK: Survival Evolved. When using this method, you must specify the mods in the command line, not the configuration file. You can find the Mod ID, of any mod, or map mod, at the end of the URL. For
Installing Large ARK: Survival Evolved Mods or Maps
This article will describe how to install large (in file size) ARK: Survival Evolved mods or maps, however, it is not always needed. It is only needed if when using Auto Mod Management the mod is not fully downloaded, and you experience issues like: Mod Mismatch error when you try and join the server Server failing to start fully Missing modded items 70 slot error / em
Backup and Reset for ARK: Survival Evolved Server Save Files
Your ARK: Survival Evolved game servers save data is important. Therefore it is important you take regular backups. Please note: You should always stop the server before making a backup, reverting to a previous save, or
How to Enable ARK: Survival Evolved DLC on your Game Server
With our ARK: Survival Evolved game servers, enabling any of the DLC maps is a very simple process. ++We support all DLC++ Make sure the server is fully stopped, as well as updated using the Steam Update button in the control panel Go to the command line manager and click custom command lines. Click new. Select your map from the configuration editor. All DLC maps are available here. You can even use a custom map mod.
How to Configure ARK: Survival Evolved Command Line
New Update! As of the 5th January 2019, we've released a brand new way to create and edit your command line through easy check boxes and drop downs. To Create: Login to the control panel and stop your server if it is not already. On the game server you want to edit, click the "Command Line Manager" Click the "New" button !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/5cc92239-135f-4782-bc39-77be696c3839/70a143c5-8989-4b33-ad21-b189
Reverting to a Previous ARK: Survival Evolved Save
If for any reason you wish to restore a previous save, we have outlined this process for you. Taking a backup before beg
ARK:Survival Evolved Server Admin Commands
In this article we'll walk you through using admin commands on your Ark: Survival Evolved server. Note that this is not the full list of admin commands. You can find the full list at the ++ Ark Wiki++.
ARK: Survival Evolved Cluster / Cross-ARK Setup and Use
With two or more of our ARK: Survival Evolved game servers, we can set them up as a cluster where players can transfer between the servers via the Obelisk and transfer their dino's, characters, items between them. To order additional ARK servers for cluster or to set them up in cluster if you already have them, please contact us.(https://serverblend.com/my/submitticket.php?
ARK: Survival Evolved Panel RCON
We happy to announce that we now have a way for you to send RCON commands to the server directly from the control panel! First, you must install "Panel RCON" via the mod manager in the control panel. You will then be able to use the "Panel RCON" button. When clicking this, you will see 2 areas, one for your Admin Password, other for the command you want to send. The Admin Password, is the same as admin password you have set in the GameUserSettings file. If you haven't changed it, th
How to Install ARK: Survival Evolved Map Mod
Installing a map mod for your ARK: Survival Evolved game server with us is a straight forward process that is basically the same as installing any workshop mod. Please see our help article on how to install workshop mods automatically that also explains what to do for a map mod: Automatic Mod Installation and Update for ARK: Survival Evolved
How to assign admin on your ARK server
Login to the control panel here. Click the Game Services button, you will see this to the left of the control panel. If you have multiple game servers, now select the game server you want to do this on Stop the server Click Configuration Files. Edit the AllowedCheaterSteamIDs.txt via text editor or configuration editor. Get your steam64ID from a site such as: https://steamid.io/
How do I edit my ARK:Survival Evolved settings?
Before making any changes, please stop the server first. You can edit your files using either the text editor or configuration editors depending on preference. 1) Login to your control panel(http://tcadmin.se
Editing Engrams on your Ark Server - Hiding, changing cost, level requirement or removing pre-requirements
To edit an engram in ARK: Survival Evolved, such as to hide it so people cant use it, change the cost, level requirement or removing any pre-requirements, please follow the below steps: Stop your ARK: Survival Evolved game server Go to configuration files in our control panel and click the text editor next to the Game.ini configuration file. Paste this code in the file, it must be placed on its own separate line:
How do I make my ARK:Survival Evolved server private and add a password?
Not everyone wants their server available to the public, it opens the server to abuse and destruction of your hard work and time. To secure your server follow this article. Log in to our TCAdmin panel. Select the server you want to make private. Click on Configuration Files. Next to ShooterGameSavedConfigWindowsServerGameUserSettings.ini, click on Text Editor Under ++ServerSettings++, you will find a setting named ++ServerPassword=++. Add
How to spawn dinosaurs and items on a ARK: Survival Evolved server
Spawning Items To spawn items, you first need to get the item's ID. List of all item IDs can be found on here https://ark.gamepedia.com/Item_IDs. The chat command is this formated like so: GiveItemNum ITEMID QUANTITY QUALITY BLUEPRINT For example: cheat GiveItemNum 1 1 1 0 This will give you a simple pistol. Important information regarding the numbers in the above example. The first digit is the item ID. Second digit is the quant
Game.Ini Settings For Your ARK Server
The game.ini is for advanced settings like tweaking stats and level values of players and dinos, and even breeding rates. Below is an example to assist with making tweaks to your server.
Changing the name of your ARK server and the MOTD message
In order to change your servers name and your ARK server's MOTD message, follow the steps below. There are two ways to change your server's name and your server's MOTD message. Method One: log in to our TCAdmin panel. Navigate to your game services and select the server you want to apply these settings on. Click on Configuration Files. Next to ShooterGameSavedConfigWindowsServerGameUserSettings.ini, click on configuration editor and check
Changing Gathering, Taming and XP Multipliers on your ARK server
Follow these steps in order to change the gathering, taming and XP multipliers. Log in to our TCAdmin panel. Navigate to your game services and select the server you want to apply these settings on. Click on Configuration Files. Next to ShooterGameSavedConfigWindowsServerGameUserSettings.ini, click on configuration editor and check if these settings are in here.
How to change the day and night cycle on your ARK server
Log in to our TCAdmin panel. Navigate to your game services and select the server you want to apply these settings on. Click on Configuration Files Next to ShooterGameSavedConfigWindowsServerGameUserSettings.ini, click on Text Editor. If using the text editor, add the settings listed below, under ServerSettings, at the b
How to change ARK: Survival Evolved server save frequency
In order to change server save frequency, follow the steps below. Log in to our TCAdmin panel. Select the server you want to apply these settings on. Click on Configuration Files. Next to ShooterGameSavedConfigWindowsServerGameUserSettings.ini, click on Text Editor. Under ++ServerSettings++ there is ++AutoSavePeriodMinutes=15++ Example: AutoSavePeriodMinutes=30 Server will save eve
Changing Breeding / Hatching multipliers on your ARK server
Follow these steps in order to change the breeding / hatching multipliers. Log in to our TCAdmin panel. Navigate to your game services and select the server you want to apply these settings on. Click on Configuration Files. Next to ShooterGameSavedConfigWindowsServergame.ini, click on configuration editor and check if these settings are in here.