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How to OP a Player on your Minecraft Server

As a server owner you'll be able to grant yourself and others OP (i.e. operator) to be able to run commands inside the game. Being an OP grants the player access to almost every command that is in the game, depending on their operator permission level.

We highly recommend only giving OP status to yourself and players you trust. As OPs are able to do basically everything on the server and can cause lots of problems if they abuse this power.


Table of Contents

  1. Making a Player an OP
    1. Using The Player List
    2. Using The Multicraft Console
  2. Removing OP status from a Player
  3. Further Reading & External Links
  4. StickyPiston Support

Making a Player an OP

Using The Player List

  1. Log into Multicraft
  2. Find the player in the list on the right hand side of the screen
  3. Click the player's name
  4. Click the Op button in the dropdown that appears

Using The Multicraft Console

  1. Log into Multicraft
  2. Click Console in the left side menu
  3. At the top of the page, enter op <player_name>. Replacing <player_name> with the name of the player you would like to give OP to.
  4. Press the Send button or hit the enter key on your keyboard.

Removing OP Status from a Player

  1. Log into Multicraft and select your server.
  2. Click Console in the left side menu
  3. At the top of the page, enter deop <player_name>. Replacing <player_name> with the name of the player you would like to remove OP from.
  4. Press the Send button or hit the enter key on your keyboard.

Further Reading & External Links


StickyPiston Support

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