How to Edit Your Public 7 Days to Die Server Details

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If you’re hosting a public 7 Days to Die server, you’ll want to make sure that your server settings are up-to-date and properly configured. You’ll also want to make sure that your server is visible to other 7 Days to Die players so that they can join your server. 

So, we’re here to show and walk you through the steps to edit your public 7 Days to Die server details.

How to Edit Your Public 7 Days to Die Server Details

There are five settings in 7 Days to Die that let you change how your server looks in the server list:

ServerName

The ServerName property lets you change the name of the server [1] in both the in-game browser and the Steam server viewer. You can put anything you want here.

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ServerDescription

With the ServerDescription property, it’s easy to tell people important things about your server. When you click on a server in the server browser, the description will come up first.

ServerWebsiteURL

With the ServerWebsiteUrl property, you can add a Website URL link [1] that can be clicked under the server description.

ServerPassword

With the ServerPassword property, you can add a password to your server to keep people from joining it without your permission.

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ServerLoginConfirmationText

The ServerLoginConfirmationText property allows you to make a message box that pops up right before a player enters the server’s world. 

The player can then choose whether to Continue joining the server or Leave the server.

Conclusion

Editing your 7 Days to Die server details makes sure that your server is visible and properly configured. Use the five settings in 7 Days to Die to change the server name, description, website URL, password and confirmation text.

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Matthew Paxton
Matthew Paxton
Mathew has nursed a love of video games since childhood. Now, as an adult, he enjoys playing challenging games as much as he enjoys relating with other gamers. Matthew created Hypernia to give gamers like himself accurate and reliable information about games, servers, communication protocols, and much more.

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