Minecraft server permissions

Minecraft server permissions DEFAULT

Profile Types and Permissions

This article explains the two different types of “profiles” that can be granted to players. These profiles have access to more commands and permissions than a player who logs into your world so should be used with care. this article will cover:

  • Operator
  • Worldbuilder
  • Advanced Tips
  • Additional Resources

Teacher vs student permissions

Users with Office 365 Education "faculty" software will have teacher permissions, and those with "student software" (assigned/edited in the Office 365 admin portal) will have student permissions. In-game teachers will have access to the "educator resources" option on the home page and students will not. Teachers will also enter all worlds with OP status regardless of whether or not they are the host.

Operator

When a player starts or hosts a game, they begin as an Operator. If the world was created with cheats on (which is the default setting), an Operator can run “commands” in the world.

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Subsequent players who join the game do not start with this privilege. To give another player operator privileges in a multiplayer game, the host can use the command “/op”. You can also use this command in combination with targeting to give this status to more than one player at a time, for example using @a for all.

Type: /op @a

Operators can also take away operator status from other players. This is accomplished by using the command “/deop”:
To ‘DE-OP’ a player, type: /deop (name)

Caution! Any player granted Operator status will have all the privileges and abilities of the host, so you may want to proceed with caution before you bestow Operator status on a player. If the host of a world loses operator status, they must be given the privilege back by another user, or exit the world briefly, and re-enter (no rebooting needed). This can cause all players to disconnect from the host world while this mistake is corrected.

The options available to you will display on screen as you type.

Operator only commands you should be aware of:

  • immutableworld
  • worldbuilder

Worldbuilder

To place or use certain Minecraft: Education Edition blocks or items, a player must possess a special ability called ‘World Builder’. Educators start with this ability, students do not. The host (as an Operator with cheats enabled) can assign the ‘World Builder’ ability to themselves or others by using the command “/ability worldbuilder”.

To make all players World Builder, type: /ability @a worldbuilder true

You can also use: /worldbuilder, or /wb

Revoking the World Builder ability is done in nearly the same way as giving the ability, by changing the TRUE to FALSE. As with most permission commands, you can set the target to match your needs.

To revoke World Builder from all players, type: /ability @a worldbuilder false

Sometimes a World Builder might want to quickly transition between World Builder on and World Builder off to see how non-World Builders will experience their lesson. An example might be checking border block placement or verifying an NPC link.

Because typing a long command over and over can be a tedious process, the World Builder can quickly toggle this ability ON or OFF by simply typing: “/wb”.

Advanced Tips

Targeting

When you are granting worldbuilder or operator permissions, it is possible to “target” one or more players satisfying certain conditions instead of specifying players by name.

@a: All players

@e: All entities

@p: Nearest player

@r: Random player(s) (a list will appear below of players currently in the world)

Additional Resources

 

Updated June 22, 2018

Sours: https://educommunity.minecraft.net/hc/en-us/articles/360047117072-Profile-Types-and-Permissions-
Command Description Usage Permission Permission Default advancement <grant|revoke|test> <player>Gives the specified player an advancement or changes a statistic value. Use 'advancement grant <player> everything' to give all advancements. advancement give * player1 minecraft.command.advancement Operators ban <player> Bans a player from the server. ban player1 minecraft.command.ban Operators ban-ip <ip> Bans an IP address from the server. ban-ip 127.0.0.1 minecraft.command.ban-ip Operators banlist Shows the banned players. banlist minecraft.command.banlist Operators clear [user] [item] [data] [maxCount] [dataTag] Clears the player's inventory of the item and data. If no item is specified it clears the whole inventory. If maxCount is set to 0 it does not clear anything, but still outputs to command blocks. clear player1 dye 15 0 {display:{Name:Fertilizer}} minecraft.command.clear Operators debug On success, starts or stops the debug session. While active, includes notifications about potential performance bottlenecks in the console. When stopped, creates a profiler results file in the folder "debug". debug minecraft.command.debug Operators defaultgamemode <mode> Change the gamemode of new players joining the server. defaultgamemode 1 minecraft.command.defaultgamemode Operators deop <player> Removes server operator status from a player. deop player1 minecraft.command.deop Operators difficulty <level> Changes the difficulty of the server. difficulty 0 minecraft.command.difficulty Operators effect <player> <effect id> [seconds] [amplifier] Adds the specified effect to a player for the duration of 30 seconds or as specified by the user. effect player1 9 minecraft.command.effect Operators enchant <user> <enchantment ID> <level> [force] Enchants the item in the user's hand. If force is false, the enchantment only applies if it can go on the item and does not conflict with any existing enchantments. enchant player1 1 1 1 minecraft.command.enchant Operators gamemode <mode> [player] Change the game mode of a player. 0 = Survival mode, 1 = Creative mode, 2 = Adventure mode. gamemode 1 player1 minecraft.command.gamemode Operators gamerule [rule] [new value] Changes the rules of the server. Type /gamerule to see a list of all game rules. gamerule keepInventory true
gamerule doFireTick false minecraft.command.gamerule Operators give <player> <name> [amount] [damage] [data tag] Gives player blocks/items with the item name name. amount is is how many of the block/item to give (Default: 1). damage is the damage value of the block/item (Default: 0). data tag is the NBT tag to add.Data ValuesItem structuregive player1 iron_sword
give player1 dirt 32
give player1 dye 7 15
give player1 diamond_sword 1 0 {display:{Name:"Herobrine's Sword"}} minecraft.command.give Operators help/? [command] Shows a list of server commands in the console or in-game. help minecraft.command.help Everybody kick <player> [reason] Removes a player from the server. kick player1 minecraft.command.kick Operators kill Commits suicide. kill minecraft.command.kill Operators list Lists all currently connected players. list minecraft.command.list Operators me <message> Says a message from the player's point of view: * player1 is building a castle! me is building a castle! minecraft.command.me Everybody op <player> Turns a player into a server operator. op player1 minecraft.command.op Operators pardon <player> Pardons a banned player so that they can connect again. pardon player1 minecraft.command.pardon Operators pardon-ip <ip> Pardons a banned IP address so that it can be used to connect again. pardon-ip 127.0.0.1 minecraft.command.pardon-ip Operators playsound <sound> <player> [x] [y] [z] [volume] [pitch] [minimumVolume] Plays the sound sound to player, coming from the specified location, at the specified volume, pitch, and minimum volume (to combat volume reduction as a result of distance). playsound mob.pig.say player1 minecraft.command.playsound Operators save-all Forces a server-wide level save of the terrain. save-all minecraft.command.save-all Operators save-off Disables automatic terrain saving (useful for backup scripts). save-off minecraft.command.save-off Operators save-on Re-enables automatic terrain saving. save-on minecraft.command.save-on Operators say <message> Broadcasts a message to all players as the server. say Hello minecraft world! minecraft.command.say Operators scoreboard <objectives/players/teams> <...> Complex command which edits and manipulates the scoreboard, a data storage structure. Scoreboard commandscoreboard players set player1 points 3
scoreboard teams option redteam color red
scoreboard objectives setdisplay belowName health minecraft.command.scoreboard Operators seed Outputs the world seed. seed minecraft.command.seed Operators setblock <x> <y> <z> <name> [data] [handling] [dataTag] Sets a block to be another block. Block entity formatData valuessetblock ~ ~-1 ~ wool 3 destroy
setblock ~ ~ ~ chest 0 replace {CustomName:"Locked Chest",Lock:Key} minecraft.command.setblock Operators fill <x1> <y1> <z1> <x2> <y2> <z2> <name> [data] [handling] [dataTag] Fills a area of blocks. [[mcw:Chunk_format#Block_entity_format|Block entity format\] Data valuesfill 10 ~-1 -10 -10 ~-1 10 stone
fill ~ ~-1 ~ ~10 ~-1 ~10 dirt 0 replace grass minecraft.command.fill Operators setidletimeout <Minutes until kick> Sets the server's idle timeout setidletimeout 10 minecraft.command.setidletimeout Operators setworldspawn [x] [y] [z] Sets a worlds's spawn point. If no coordinates are specified, the player's coordinates will be used. setworldspawn 0 0 0 minecraft.command.setworldspawn Operators spawnpoint [User] [x] [y] [z] Sets the spawnpoint of the user specified. spawnpoint player1 minecraft.command.spawnpoint Operators spreadplayers <x> <z> <spreadDistance> <maxRange> <respectTeams> <players> Spreads players randomly throughout a region of blocks, spreadDistance blocks apart. respectTeams puts teams close to each other. spreadplayers ~ ~ 20 50 false @a[score_points_min=6] minecraft.command.spreadplayers Operators stop Gracefully stops the server (i.e. allows the server to save the worlds and lets all the plugins shut down properly). stop minecraft.command.stop Operators summon <EntityName> [x] [y] [z] [dataTag] Summons an entity (mobs, projectiles, items, vehicles, etc.). Entity formatsummon Creeper ~ ~ ~ {powered:1,CustomName:"Powered Creeper",CustomNameVisible:1} minecraft.command.summon Operators tell <player> <message> Allows the user to privately message another player. tell player1 Hey, how's it going? minecraft.command.msg Everybody tellraw <player> <JSON message> Sends a raw message to the player using the JSON text format. JSON formatminecraft.command.tellraw Operators testfor <player> [dataTag] Tests for players with the specified names and data tag. player is most commonly an @identifier. Used in command blocks, as the success count (comparator output) increases for each player found. testfor @p[score_points_min=6] {OnGround:1} minecraft.command.testfor Operators testforblock <x> <y> <z> <name> [data] [dataTag] Tests if the block at the location is name:data with dataTag. Used primarily in command blocks as their success outputs to a comparator. testforblock ~ ~5 ~2 chest 0 {Items:[{Slot:13,tag:{display:{Name:"I am an item!"}}}]} minecraft.command.testforblock Operators time <add/set> <amount> Add to or set the world time. Amount may be a number between 0 and 24000, inclusive, where 0 is dawn (i.e. clock is bisected; left side is day) and 12000 is noon. time add 6000
time set 0 minecraft.command.time Operators toggledownfall Turn on or off rain/snow in the current world. toggledownfall minecraft.command.toggledownfall Operators tp <player1> <player2>
tp <player1> <x> <y> <z> Moves player1 to the same location as player2.
Moves player1 to the exact coordinates. tp player1 player2
tp player1 0 70 12 minecraft.command.teleport Operators weather <weather> Changes the weather in-game. weather clear minecraft.command.weather Operators whitelist on/off
whitelist add/remove <player>
whitelist list
whitelist reload Enable or disable whitelisting (i.e. only listed players may join).
Add or remove player from the whitelist.
Lists whitelist.
Reloads whitelist from file. whitelist on
whitelist add player1
whitelist list
whitelist reload minecraft.command.whitelist Operators xp <player> <amount> Gives the specified player a certain amount of experience. If 'l' is appended to the amount, it gives levels instead of points. xp player1 100
xp player2 6l minecraft.command.xp Operators
Sours: https://bukkit.fandom.com/wiki/CraftBukkit_Commands
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This article was created to help you understand and manage permissions on your Minecraft server.


🌲 Vanilla Servers 🌲

Most of the existing commands require you to be a server operator to use them!

If you have no idea what a server operator means, read our article How to: OP Yourself on Your Minecraft Server.

Nearly all existing commands can be used in the Multicraft console as many times as they do not require you to be logged in the server. For example, the /sethomecommand is working just in-game because the server needs your actual player location to set your home there (the x, y, z coordinates). Just remember that is not necessary to use slash /at the beginning of the command if you use it into your Multicraft console.


🔌 Plugins Servers (CraftBukkit, Spigot and Paper) 🔌

For server types like CraftBukkit, Spigot and PaperSpigot you still need to be a server operator to use commands on the server but this changes when you install a Permission Plugin which will provide more features.

If you want to give certain permissions to a specific user or let players use commands without them being a server operator, you need to use a permission plugin like PermissionsEx or LuckPerms:

- PermissionsEx Installation
- LuckPerms Installation


🔩 Modded Servers (Forge) 🔩

For modded servers, by default, you still need to be a server operator to use commands, but this can change, you have ways to manage the permissions.

For Forge server, depending on the version, you are able to use different methods to manage permissions:

For 1.5.2 Forge servers you can set up Voltz MCPC+ which will allow you to use Bukkit plugins and mods at the same time, so you will be able to install a permissions plugin and manage the permissions as for a plugins server.


For 1.6.4 Forge servers you can set up Cauldron which will let you use Bukkit plugins and mods at the same time, so you will be able to install a permissions plugin and manage the permissions as for a plugins server.

- How to Set Up a Cauldron 1.6.4 Server


For 1.7.10 Forge server the most stable is Thermos, which again provides the possibility to use Bukkit plugins and mods at the same time, so you will be able to install a permissions plugin and manage the permissions as for a plugins server.

- How to Set Up a Thermos 1.7.10 Server


For 1.10.2 Forge servers we suggest you use SpongeForge, which adds the possibility to use just Sponge plugins into your modded server. Then you can add the Sponge edition of LuckPerms and manage your permissions.

- SpongeForge Installation
- LuckPerms, the Sponge Edition


For 1.12.2 Forge server you can use SpongeForge, which provides a version for 1.12.2 also, Magma, or Mohist which offers both the possibility to use Bukkit plugins and mods at the same time, so you will be able to install a permissions plugin and manage the permissions as for a plugins server.

- Magma Installation
- Mohist Installation
- SpongeForge: Modded servers with Sponge Plugins


For Forge servers above 1.12.2 (1.14.4, 1.15.2, 1.16.2) there is no mod or server type that provides a stable way to manage your permissions.


⚠ NOTE ⚠: For 1.7.10, 1.10.2 and 1.12.2 Forge version you can also use the mod called ForgeEssentials, but it is not easy to use and also it may experience issues so we suggest you stick with the ones mentioned above.

- ForgeEssentials


📱 Bedrock Editions 📱

Depending on which of our Bedrock Editions are you running you are able to manage your permissions on your server.


Bedrock Dedicated

Most of the existing commands require you to be a server operator to use them. There isn't any way to manage your permissions more than that on a Bedrock Dedicated server.

If you have no idea what a server operator means, read our article How to: OP Yourself on Your Bedrock Server.


PocketMine

On PocketMine servers, by default, you still need to be a server operator to use commands, but you are also able to use plugins with this server type.

Setting up the PurePerms plugin into your server will allow you to manage your permissions much better on your server, gaining the opportunity to create groups, give them specific permissions and add players to them.

Here is our guide for setting up PurePerms into your PocketMine server.


Nukkit

On Nukkit servers, by default, you still need to be a server operator to use commands, but you are also able to use plugins with this server type.

Setting up the LuckPerms plugin into your server will allow you to manage your permissions much better on your server, gaining the opportunity to create groups, give them specific permissions and add players to them.

Here is our guide for setting up LuckPerms.

⚠ NOTE ⚠: Here you can find the LuckPerms edition for Nukkit.


We also provide the Permissions Setup and Support addon which is a one time addon. With it we will configure up to 6 groups and a maximum of 50 permission nodes for you for only $15. You can find more details about it here.


❕ Useful Links ❕

- Minecraft Commands and Permissions (Bukkit Gamepedia)
- How to install plugins
- How to install mods
- Vanilla Commands


If you find any issues setting up Permissions into your server please feel free to contact us via live chat or via the ticket system here.

Updated on: 05 / 06 / 2021

Sours: https://help.ggservers.com/en-us/article/how-to-manage-permissions-on-your-minecraft-server-spfbx9/

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