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How To Install A Ready Made Map

This guide is intended to guide you through the process of installing one of our ready-made maps to your server.

As with all of our guides, it is strongly recommended that you login to your Multicraft panel and stop your server before proceeding with the steps below.

1. Take a backup of your current server files. To do this you will want to follow our guide on creating a backup found here.
2. On the left-hand menu click on the "Files" menu, then choose "Load A World".
3. Click on the "Install" map button for the map that you would like to use. To see more images of the maps that are available to you, please go to this knowledgebase article.
4. Start your server! Congratulations! You've now installed one of our ready made maps on your server.

Things to note:
  • Installing a ready-made map will not overwrite your existing world. The map is loaded onto your server in a folder called "worldname" and your Multicraft sets that world as your default world.
  • Your server will not automatically start after you have installed the map. You will need to click the start button on your control panel to start your server.
  • If you experience any issues with the map or are confused, please contact our live chat or send a ticket to the General Support department.
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