Auth key

For PlayersEdit

This feature is available with Urban Terror 4.2 using the dedicated server binary provided by Frozen Sand.

First, you must register an account on

Once you have registered your account, go to your profile. On the right hand side in the menu, you will see "My Game Auth Key". Click this link and follow the clear instruction to get your auth key sent to you by email. You key will be emailed to the address that is on your account. If you do not have access to this email address any more, please change it from your profile page.

You can also log in with the console. To auth with the conosle use the /auth-set <YOURKEYHERE> command. To avoid abuse, you cannot change your auth key without restarting the game. If no auth key is set yet, then setting it will not require a restart.

For Server AdminsEdit

Manage your ban-lists through the group management page. You can find your group(s) here.

You can also use the ban-lists of other groups. You can find the banlist of each group here.

set auth_enable "1"Set auth_enable to 0 to disable the authentication system.
set auth_notoriety "0"Auth_notoriety sets the minimum notoriety level required to connect to a Urban Terror 4.2 server. Anyone can join when set to 0.
set auth_tags "1"Used to prevent clan tag thieves from joining the server.
set auth_verbosity "1"When set to 0 no authentication message is displayed when a player connects. When set to 1 a message is shown at the top of the screen. When set to 2 the message is displayed in the chat box.
set auth_log "1"Records the account information of each player in the server logs.
set auth_groups ""Specify group IDs, separated with a space, if you want to allow only a selection of groups to connect to the server. When left empty ("") all groups can connect.
set auth_cheaters "1"In the future this setting will keep a server protected from officially banned cheaters. NB: This setting will only be available when Anti-Cheat has been successfully implemented in Urban Terror.

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