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On4fox

CreateVehicle Restriction #0 and Exile_Unit_Player SetPos Restriction #1

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Vanilla server(0.9.20)  no modifications at all, Altis map.

We got 2 strange things in the logs:

The first one:

19:39:22 | CreateVehicle Log: #14 XXX (YYY) - #0 "Exile_Unit_Player" 18:77 [14335,16726,15]
19:39:22 | Player #14 XXX  (YYY) has been kicked by BattlEye: CreateVehicle Restriction #0

And here is the second:

19:26:41 | SetPos Log: #27 RRR(EEE) - #1 2:25049 Exile_Unit_Player [8458,18215,179]
19:26:41 | Player #27 RRR(EEE) has been kicked by BattlEye: SetPos Restriction #1

19:27:21 | SetPos Log: #7 UUU (TTT) - #1 2:25206 Exile_Unit_Player [17475,13070,15]
19:27:21 | Player #7 UUU  (TTT) has been kicked by BattlEye: SetPos Restriction #1

The player just respawned after he died, and got kicked

Anyone any idea of the problem ?

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We'd need the BE logs for the kicks rather than just the message they're getting to be able to provide answers.

CreateVehicle #0 is just the file and line number. They could have been kicked for any reason (AI firing a rocket, or instance)

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Ah okey i will grab them. Thanks.
 

here is one more:

Player #6 [pXk]Onefox (c5e78778392f3c46c3a96c8b90e26826) has been kicked by BattlEye: CreateVehicle Restriction #0

[pXk]Onefox (c5e78778392f3c46c3a96c8b90e26826) - #0 "M_NLAW_AT_F" 16:53 2:4853 O_recon_F [17456,15259,46] [18,-35,-2]

 

I was just running arrond.



 

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I would probably just add !"M_NLAW_AT_F" to the CreateVehicle line #0 for that one

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I have added these to the end of the 1st line and nothing works.. still getting kicked... any weapon I use ie rockets rpgs etc

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just to clear it up you need to whitelist all the rockets your AI uses to get rid of those kicks, you can find them in the configs from your missions system.

You need to keep in mind that if you list them as an exception afterwards the players will be able to fire them when the AI drops them (which is/was an issues with DMS) so keep that in mind. :)

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