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  • Login to your KF server through Web Admin IN-GAME in Steam

    This will be a small tutorial on how to login into the Web Admin in-game using the Steam overlay.

    This can be really useful when you want to change maps fast, kick or ban players, edit difficulty on the fly or turn on mutators. Just remember changes made will not take effect until a new map has been loaded.

    While in-game press Shift+Tab to bring up the Steam overlay.

    In the bottom right corner, click the "Web" button. This will bring up a window with an address bar which should already have a website loaded.

    Now, you will need to type this in to get into your web admin BECAUSE there are no pop up windows that will ask for your user name and password when you use this method.

    Code:
    http://YourUsername:YourPassword@YourServer'sIPAddress:Server'sWebAccessPort (Default 8075)
    The web admin is much easier to use than the console in-game and I would suggest using over the in-game console.

    Originally posted by gH0sTy View Post
    Here is another way to access the WebAdmin from the Overlay Browser.
    This solution requires the modification of one steam file (url_list.txt).

    1. Download the Zip file and extract the web.admin.mod.html into the "Public" folder of your steam installation.
      Code:
      I:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\Public
    2. Open the web.admin.mod.html with an html or text editor of your choice and change the following to the URL of your KF WebAdmin
      Code:
      http://YourName:YourPW@111.222.333.444:8075/
    3. Change the following to the URL of your community control panel (copy and paste the URL from your steam client)
      Code:
      http://steamcommunity.com/id/YourSteamCommunityID/home
    4. Save the file, double click it to open it in the web browser and copy the URL from the browser's address bar... should look like this
      Code:
      file:///I:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/Steam/Public/web.admin.mod.html
    5. Create a backup of "url_list.txt" (it's also in the Public folder)
    6. Open the "url_list.txt" and look for
      Code:
      SteamIDControlPage
      {
          url            "%community%/profiles/%steamID%/home"
          method        "community"
      }
    7. Replace the "url" part of it with the URL of the web.admin.mod.html you just copied from the browser's address bar so it would look like this
      Code:
      SteamIDControlPage
      {
          url            "file:///I:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/Steam/Public/web.admin.mod.html"
          method        "community"
      }
    8. Save the file, done

    If you now click on the Steam Overlay "Community" button it will open the web.admin.mod.html and give you two links as you can see in the attached picture. If you click on the KF WebAdmin link a new browser window will open and load your WebAdmin page. Click on the Steam Community link to go to your Steam Community Control Panel.
    Attached Files
    Last edited by SlayVus; 05-18-2009, 09:41 PM.
    [url=http://www.gametracker.com/server_info/173.19.67.222:7707/][img]http://cache.www.gametracker.com/server_info/173.19.67.222:7707/b_560x95.png[/img][/url]

  • #2
    This method works well in place of long, complex and time consuming console commands. Nice tut.

    Killing Floor Vehicle Mod at moddb

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    • #3
      Worked great!!!! Thank You.

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      • #4
        I know this is a stupid question and i tend to find stuff like this scattered around the files, but unfortunatly i can't find this one...

        I prefer to use the dedicated server launched by the game itself, and i got the webadmin interface working, but i can't find the default username and password or set them...

        If there is a workaround out there or something i've missed let me know!
        [LEFT][URL="http://www.gametracker.com/server_info/91.121.91.32:7707/"][IMG]http://cache.www.gametracker.com/server_info/91.121.91.32:7707/b_160x400_T1_F-2.png[/IMG][/URL]
        [/LEFT]

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        • #5
          Put this in the .bat file.

          ?adminname=whatever?adminpassword=whatever

          Put in whatever you want and that will become your user name and password.
          [url=http://www.gametracker.com/server_info/173.19.67.222:7707/][img]http://cache.www.gametracker.com/server_info/173.19.67.222:7707/b_560x95.png[/img][/url]

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          • #6
            Originally posted by SlayVus View Post
            Put this in the .bat file.

            ?adminname=whatever?adminpassword=whatever

            Put in whatever you want and that will become your user name and password.
            There is no ucc file for me, as i'm using the dedicated server which comes within the game.
            [LEFT][URL="http://www.gametracker.com/server_info/91.121.91.32:7707/"][IMG]http://cache.www.gametracker.com/server_info/91.121.91.32:7707/b_160x400_T1_F-2.png[/IMG][/URL]
            [/LEFT]

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            • #7
              In the killingfloor.ini in C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\killingfloor\System under [Engine.GameReplicationInfo] try putting whatever you want next to AdminName=. Then under [Engine.AccessControl] next to AdminPassword= put whatever password you want.

              After you've done that, make sure the server isn't on during this, turn on the server and try using the information you just put in.

              Okay, so I just tried using a different user name then the one in my .bat file and it worked, just make sure you have the password typed in right.
              Last edited by SlayVus; 05-18-2009, 05:01 PM.
              [url=http://www.gametracker.com/server_info/173.19.67.222:7707/][img]http://cache.www.gametracker.com/server_info/173.19.67.222:7707/b_560x95.png[/img][/url]

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              • #8
                Great! Thanks for this. Works like a charm.

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                • #9
                  this didn't work for me, im not sure why.
                  for example. say my ...

                  admin name is "steam"
                  admin password is "powered"
                  and my KF server ip is 217.163.10.158:7707
                  and my web access port is 8075

                  is this what i type in steam in-game web browser...

                  http://steamowered@217.163.10.158:8075

                  what am i doing wrong?

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                  • #10
                    If it didn't work that means you didn't put in the right password. The password is case sensitive.
                    [url=http://www.gametracker.com/server_info/173.19.67.222:7707/][img]http://cache.www.gametracker.com/server_info/173.19.67.222:7707/b_560x95.png[/img][/url]

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                    • #11
                      Here is another way to access the WebAdmin from the Overlay Browser.
                      This solution requires the modification of one steam file (url_list.txt).

                      1. Download the Zip file and extract the web.admin.mod.html into the "Public" folder of your steam installation.
                        Code:
                        I:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\Public
                      2. Open the web.admin.mod.html with an html or text editor of your choice and change the following to the URL of your KF WebAdmin
                        Code:
                        http://YourName:YourPW@111.222.333.444:8075/
                      3. Change the following to the URL of your community control panel (copy and paste the URL from your steam client)
                        Code:
                        http://steamcommunity.com/id/YourSteamCommunityID/home
                      4. Save the file, double click it to open it in the web browser and copy the URL from the browser's address bar... should look like this
                        Code:
                        file:///I:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/Steam/Public/web.admin.mod.html
                      5. Create a backup of "url_list.txt" (it's also in the Public folder)
                      6. Open the "url_list.txt" and look for
                        Code:
                        SteamIDControlPage
                        {
                            url            "%community%/profiles/%steamID%/home"
                            method        "community"
                        }
                      7. Replace the "url" part of it with the URL of the web.admin.mod.html you just copied from the browser's address bar so it would look like this
                        Code:
                        SteamIDControlPage
                        {
                            url            "file:///I:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/Steam/Public/web.admin.mod.html"
                            method        "community"
                        }
                      8. Save the file, done

                      If you now click on the Steam Overlay "Community" button it will open the web.admin.mod.html and give you two links as you can see in the attached picture. If you click on the KF WebAdmin link a new browser window will open and load your WebAdmin page. Click on the Steam Community link to go to your Steam Community Control Panel.
                      Attached Files
                      [URL="http://www.gameservers.com/?ref=1636331"][IMG]http://images.gameservers.com/banner/1.jpg[/IMG][/URL]

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                      • #12
                        Awesome stuff guys, and good find. We didn't even think of this
                        [I support "RO Forums Classic" mode!!!]

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                        • #13
                          Thank you for expanding the tut and offering another convenient method. It's great to see the reciprocal benefits of utilising the Steam app and Web Admin Interface at the same time. I hope this gets stikkied. I shall add a link to the dedicated server tutorial at least to ensure its getting the exposure it deserves.
                          Last edited by arramus; 05-18-2009, 09:25 PM.
                          Killing Floor Vehicle Mod at moddb

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                          • #14
                            How come it won't let me write anything into the address bar? i.e greyed out.

                            Edit: got it sorted.

                            Thanks for a great useful tip!

                            1 thing though - about the second method - got it to work - i got the new html page with the 2 links, if i click on the community link everything is OK but if i click on the webadmin link nothing happens?
                            Last edited by Death_Point; 05-19-2009, 02:43 AM.
                            [URL="http://www.killing-floor.co.uk"]killing floor fansite[/URL] - WorldWide.

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                            • #15
                              Ghosty - THANK YOU!

                              Your method works like a charm and it is SO useful. If this were the steam forums you'd get +rep 1000 for this.

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