How to access your Minecraft server settings

Note: The server settings allow you to enable flying, turn on and off whitelisting, update the message of the day, and much more!
Note: We suggest you make changes while your server is stopped. You can start the server after saving your changes.
 
How to edit your server's settings using Config Files:
1. Login in to your BisectHosting Multicraft Panel.

2. Stop your server.


3. On the left side, click Server Properties.


4. From there you can modify different settings on your server. To find descriptions of what each setting does, you can visit the Official Minecraft Wiki here.


5. Click Save at the bottom of the panel.


6. Start your server.

 
 

How to edit your server's settings using File Manager:
1. Login in to your BisectHosting Multicraft Panel.

2. Stop your server.


3. On the left side, click File Manager.


4. Locate the file server.properties, then click Edit.


5. From there you can modify different settings on your server. To find descriptions of what each setting does, you can visit the Official Minecraft Wiki here.

6. Click Save and close.


7.
Start your server.



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