This article deals with the server. The name server. The real name is determined by the -config command line option when launching the dedicated server. There is no default name - when you do not specify the filename, no server configuration file is loaded.
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Dedicated servers in Space Engineers allow players to connect to a third party host, rather than using a player-host, in a peer-to-peer set-up. They are game instances intended for long time multiplayer games. This will result to a faster connection and a more fluent multiplayer performance with less lag. Dedicated servers are available for everyone who owns Space Engineers. However, to obtain the game server files, at least one Steam account needs to have a valid license. They work the same way as in the game. Global configuration Here you can set, whether the game log files should have dates appended to them and whether the server should automatically send the log files to Keen Software House upon crash. If you want to create or manage the server as a service you need administrator rights. Buttons — Add new instance — Creates a new instance of the dedicated server as a Windows service.
The ARK: Survival Evolved dedicated server has a wide variety of configuration options that control its behavior and adjust many aspects of the game. These are options that can only be set at server startup. Most options can be specified on the command line when launching the server or in the server's configuration files. Options that must be specified on the command line are noted below. The server is currently launched via the command line using the following syntax to specify runtime options:. Most options require a value argument. Refer to the option reference below for more details. On Windows, quotation marks " are used to ensure the command shell does not attempt to interpret any options itself. These are the options of the server launch command. For the syntax see above.