Tutorial for txAdmin on Windows === [01] Sup guys. In this video I'm gonna show you how to install and configure txAdmin. This video is more targeted for beginners, so you should be able to follow it even if you have no experience with Windows Servers. [02] For those who don't know, txAdmin is a **free** and **open source** admin tool to Manage and Monitor your GTA FiveM server remotely via the browser, so you can control it even with your phone. It has a lot of features like the ability to start and stop the fxserver, you can monitor the amount of players, send a message to all players, you can restart resources. txAdmin will also restart your server if it crashes, or according to a selected schedule. You can also see the server console and much more. After this video check out the github page, there you will find a more complete list of features. [03] This tutorial is based on version 1.7 of txAdmin, but it also should be compatible with the next few versions. If you have any problem installing txAdmin, you can always find help in our Discord server or in our official thread in the FiveM forum. The link for those will be in this video's description like any other link you will need throughout this tutorial. --- [04] Okay, so let's jump into our Virtual Machine. The first thing we need is to download Node 10 LTS and Git. Be careful that you have to download version 10 of Node. If you download versions 11 or 12 it won't work! [05] Since I already have them downloaded, let's start the installers then go to the windows firewall. The git installer is a bit overwhelming but you don't need to worry with any of those options. Now that they are installing, let's open the port in the Windows Defender Firewall. [06] Click Advanced Settings, then inbound rules, and new rule. Select Port, TCP, and type port 40120 - which is the default port for txAdmin. Click next a couple of times. As name you can put something like `txAdmin TCP` and then finish. And now our windows firewall is ready. Remember that if you are using a hosting company like Google Cloud or AWS to host your server, you also need to go to their panel and open the port on their firewall. --- [07] Now back to the documentation, now that we already have everything that we need, we are going to run these commands in the CMD terminal. Since we want to install txAdmin on the desktop, we need to enter it first. If your prompt is not your account already, in my case Administrator, type `cd %userprofile%` to get into your user path. Then, `cd Desktop` to enter the desktop. Pay attention that you have to capitalize the D [08] Now back to the docs and copy the first command. To paste, just right click in the terminal and then you press enter. As you can see txAdmin was already downloaded, and now we have to enter the folder and execute `npm i` to install all its dependencies. And you can also see that I'm only executing the commands from the documentation. [09] Let's copy the next command. As you can see everything was installed. Now let's execute the next command that will create our first admin account. And next we run the next command to setup our server profile. When it asks for the port, type the port you want or just press enter to use 40120 which is the default one. And done. As you can see inside the txAdmin data folder now there is a default folder which is the server profile we just created. You can run it by executing the `start.bat`, or you can type the next command from the documentation. --- [10] If there is anything in red, it means something went wrong. Read the error to know what that was. [11] Now that txAdmin is running, you can open it in the browser. Here I'm using localhost:40120 since I'm inside the VM. If you are accessing from outside, you will need to use the server's public IP. [12] Enter your credentials and press login. As you can see, txAdmin will redirect you to the settings page. So let's type in a short server name. The public IP should already be correct, but you can also click the Auto Detect button. And then save it. [13] [talvez regravar - falou run.command] After that let's go to the fxserver settings. The Build Path is the path that contains your fivem server build. In my case I leave it separate from my base path. The build path on windows will be the folder full of DLLs that also contains your run.cmd and fxserver.exe. Now paste it in the settings. [14] Base Path is the folder that **contains** the resources, cache, and usually also your server.cfg file. The majority of servers have this folder inside the fxserver folder, but that's not recommended. It's way better to keep it separate to facilitate the process of updating your fxserver build. [15] As you can see, my server.cfg is inside my base path, so for the CFG Path let's just copy the Base Path and add `/server.cfg` at the end. And done, now save. [16] [talvez regravar -adicionou um 'again' no começo e o ip meio que falou quebrado que nem eu] If it shows you a red error regarding your TCP endpoint, open your CFG file and locate your endpoint_add directives. Make sure both of them are `` instead of your IP address. --- [17] Now that you have your fxserver configured, let's go back to the Dashboard. **Before** pressing start, make sure your fxserver is not running in another window, like in this case. So let's close it. Now you can start the server in the Dashboard. Again, you **do not** need to open your fxserver anymore, just open txAdmin and let it do the magic for you. [18] And as you can see the status already changed to Online and if you go to the Live Console you can see the server is already running. [19] And now you have your txAdmin properly configured and running. Again if you have any issue check out our documentation or check our discord server and FiveM forum thread. Both links in the repository or in the video description. [20] Thank you guys, see you next time. :smile: