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[SOLVED] Banned from my own server

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So, I´m updating to Exile 1.0 and building up a local test server. Completely vanilla, with no mods what so ever. BattlEye disabled.

Trying to connect... banned. 

I've setup so many servers, but now I`m a bit clueless.

Any suggestions?

(nothing special in the RTP log)

 

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Look in you game directory for a file called ban.txt, your UID is probably in that file happened to me the other day =)

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No infistar. No mods, no BattlEye. No nothing.

Just a ban.

I found something about corrupted @Exile data... could this be the problem? I redownloaded it from this site and it unpacked without any errors.

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it's in your exile server config.cfg, there's a line 'OnHackedData Ban()' or something like that, it used to say 'kick' in previous releases. You have possibly some corrupted client files, and this is being picked up as 'hacked data' and banning you.

You should redownload the client files to your client and server to ensure they're not corrupt.

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9 minutes ago, Zeito said:

it's in your exile server config.cfg, there's a line 'OnHackedData Ban()' or something like that, it used to say 'kick' in previous releases. You have possibly some corrupted client files, and this is being picked up as 'hacked data' and banning you.

^This is correct. It's not an infiSTAR ban, it's a server ban. Changing this to kick, instead of ban, will at least stop the bans from happening. You may or may not still have connectivity errors afterwards. lol

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Well... I downloaded the client files from every single link provided in the download section. 

All unpacked without errors. 

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18 minutes ago, Cael817 said:

Look in you game directory for a file called ban.txt, your UID is probably in that file happened to me the other day =)

Eeek! 

Thanks! That fixed it.

I guess it ended up there, when I was actually running a corrupt exile-mod. (downloaded from the UK-mirror, I think)

 

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