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  1. I have came across a problem that I thought might of been happening, but it has now been confirmed. I deactivated a 2 week ban in echelon, and when I go to the server and do "!lastbans" it shows that there is no active bans. However, when the player tries joining the server, it still shows the player as banned with the remaining duration of the ban left. When I check in echelon, there is no active ban listed on the player and it shows the initial ban as deactivated. Is there a better way of deactivating a ban?
  2. Nah, I don't do tutorials. I did a few hours of "TBR". If you're wondering what that stands for, it stands for Test, Break, Repeat.
  3. I got xlrstats working using b3 version 1.10.10 and trying a different parser.
  4. Build 987 fixed the hit registration issue for our servers. The box uses Win Server 2012 r2, and with the prior build, it was very inconsistent.
  5. Update: After going deep, and doing in-depth analyzing, I found the issue. In the xbase_00.iwd the plugin is spelled incorrectly. It is spelled as sourecbansplugin.dll not as one would think it should be spelled as sourcebansplugin.dll So it would make sense that the plugin would fail to load because in the server.cfg, I spelled it as "sourcebansplugin" which wouldn't exist because of the spelling of the plugin in the xbase_00.iwd as sourecbansplugin.dll. After changing the spelling to what it is in the xbase_00.iwd, the plugin loaded just fine.
  6. I already have did that in another thread. No.
  7. I think the trend is clear. If anyone manages to get sourcebans to load from the windows server download on the main page to load, please let me know.
  8. I use b3, with simplebanlist on the servers currently. Sometimes it works and sometimes I will issue a ban and it will show in the console the player was banned but it takes a while for the player to actually get kicked from the server, as long as a few minutes while they are tearing the server up with blatant hacks. Not like the servers are that overly active but when that occurs, it chases what players are on, off. I have tried sourcebans, but can't get it to load on the server even after following the simple directions and suggestions. I have the database part installed, but that is useless if it won't load on the server. Sourcebans may work when you compile the server from source, but I don't know how to do that. I will look into that, thanks
  9. Any suggestions on how to run multiple cod4x servers, have a reliable way to enforce bans across all servers and use a single database using Windows Server 2012 r2? Before the suggestion is made to switch to Linux, that is not an option.
  10. I just did a clean install, completely stock. xbase_oo.iwd is in the main folder. Plugin simplebanlist loaded successfully. Server is currently running 1 plugins. sourcebansplugin, failed to load doing it the exact same way.
  11. Assuming you mean this by <serverdirectory> I tried it like that, still fails to load.
  12. I have did that something like 3 times now, unless the file has changed in the last hour or so, it doesn't work. I see the sourcebansplugin.dll in the xbase_00.iwd, but it will not load.
  13. Sourcebans fails to load. Error message from the console: No such file found: plugins/sourcebansplugin.dll. Can not load this plugin. I have put loadplugin sourcebansplugin in the server config, with the other requirements. I downloaded the Linux server from the main page and looked in the plugins folder and seen a SO file associated with the sourcebansplugin that I don't see in the Windows server. Any advice as to what I am doing wrong?
  14. When issuing a ban, the ban message that shows has strange characters, I am attaching a screenshot. When a kick is issued, the message comes across normal. Thanks
  15. I have did the above steps a few times, it didn't make a difference.