The SteamCMD (Steam Console Client) is a tool to install and update various dedicated servers available on Steam using a command-line interface. It works with games that use the SteamPipe content system. Nowadays, most games have been migrated from HLDSUpdateTool to SteamCMD. In this article, we are going to teach you How to Install and run SteamCMD on Windows. You can visit the packages available in Eldernode to purchase a dedicated server.
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Tutorial Install and run SteamCMD on Windows
In the next section, we want to introduce you to SteamCMD and explain how it works. Then we will teach you how to Install SteamCMD on Windows step by step. In the final section, we will show you how to run SteamCMD. Please stay tuned for the rest of this article.
Install SteamCMD on Windows
In this section, we want to discuss how to install SteamCMD on Windows vps. To do this, just follow the steps below in order.
In the first step, you need to create a folder for SteamCMD such as C:/steamcmd.
Then you need to download SteamCMD for Windows.
Now you need to extract the contents of the zip file you downloaded to the Steamcmd folder.
In the next section, we will teach you to step by step how to run SteamCMD on Windows.
How to Run SteamCMD on Windows
In the previous section, we explained how to download and install SteamCMD on Windows. You can now run it. There are two ways to do this.
In the first method to run SteamCMD software, you can go to the SteamCMD folder and click on steamcmd.exe.
The second method is through Command Prompt. To do this you can open a Command Prompt and start SteamCMD using the following commands:
After running SteamCMD, you can now log in anonymously using the following command to download more game servers:
The important thing to note is that some servers require you to sign in with a Steam account. We, therefore, recommend that you create a new Steam username for SteamCMD. It should be noted that a user can only be logged in once at any time:
Now, you should enter your password.
In the next step you can start SteamCMD and set your app install directory using the following command:
In this article, we first tried to define SteamCMD. Then we completely taught you how to Install and run SteamCMD on Windows.