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Directories / folders

These are the locations where you can find DediConnect related files & directories.

Linux

Containers: /home/GameServerApp
Games: /home/GameServerApp/games
Docker: /home/GameServerApp/docker
Backups: /home/GameServerApp/nas/backup
Cluster files: /home/GameServerApp/nas/cluster

Windows

Containers: C:\GameServerApp
Games: C:\GameServerApp\games
Docker: C:\GameServerApp\docker
Backups: C:\GameServerApp\nas\backup
Cluster files: C:\GameServerApp\nas\cluster

Access container console

In some occasions you may want to login on the container and fire command manually.

Each DediConnect container comes with a container name. The container name can be found on the game server settings page, in the top-right corner.

Linux

Login with SSH and run docker exec -it {container name} bash

Windows

Login with RDP and open Powershell. Then run docker exec -it {container name} cmd

Delete Docker container

Learn how to delete a Docker container. Deleting a container does not remove the save files for a server, as long as you follow the instructions below. Shutdown the game server before doing this.

HWID change

Deleting a Docker container will in most cases change the HWID for that game server. If you use plugins with HWID licenses you may need to update the license.

Each DediConnect container comes with a container name. The container name can be found on the game server settings page, in the top-right corner.

Linux

Login with SSH and run docker rm {container name}

Windows

Login with RDP and open Powershell. Then run docker rm {container name}