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 SECURE way to allow a single game to be edited remotly 
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Unread post SECURE way to allow a single game to be edited remotly
I have a player who is looking to create their own edit based off Alien Retribution. I'm more than happy to bang a clean one for this player to work with, but I'm looking for a way to have the player have access to just that game for editing, otherwise I am playing the middle man for each and every edit, which i'm trying to avoid for obvious reasons.

I'm looking at the Admin/Password under the Config tab on the game and am curious if this may be an option and how to properly use if in this case if so. I'm aware it's often used for scripting through to preform maintenance/edit a game, ect.

Is there a way to achieve this, or what are your thought on doing this?

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Unread post Re: SECURE way to allow a single game to be edited remotly
AidanTheEnforcer wrote:
I have a player who is looking to create their own edit based off Alien Retribution. I'm more than happy to bang a clean one for this player to work with, but I'm looking for a way to have the player have access to just that game for editing, otherwise I am playing the middle man for each and every edit, which i'm trying to avoid for obvious reasons.

I'm looking at the Admin/Password under the Config tab on the game and am curious if this may be an option and how to properly use if in this case if so. I'm aware it's often used for scripting through to preform maintenance/edit a game, ect.

Is there a way to achieve this, or what are your thought on doing this?


Yes that is simple. Your right on it just put a pw in admin space on the config tap/game settings that is different that your over all server password. when the player logs in using that PW he will only have access to the tedit from that game. leave the game one blank thats if you want game players to have a pw.

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Unread post Re: SECURE way to allow a single game to be edited remotly
Worked perfectly. I thought it was something along those lines but I just need the pat on the back.

We both thank you.

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