AllowPlayerToJoinNoCheck Console Command

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AllowPlayerToJoinNoCheck Command

Server Management
cheat AllowPlayerToJoinNoCheck

This command adds the player, identified by their numerical Steam ID, to the server's whitelist.


The syntax for this command is as follows:

Steam ID

The Steam ID of the player you wish to add to the server's whitelist.

In-Depth Description

The command AllowPlayerToJoinNoCheck lets a specific player join the server without going through the usual prerequisite checks. As the server admin, you'd use this command followed by a player's numerical Steam ID.

The prerequisite checks usually involve verifying whether a player has been banned before, checking passwords (if any), as well as other safety measures. Bypassing these checks can be helpful in scenarios where a trusted player is facing issues while trying to join a server due to network problems, game bugs, or other technical complications.

You should use this command when you as the server admin trust the player who is having difficulties joining the server. This command should be used with caution, as it bypasses the usual security checks, so to avoid misuse, it should only be used for known and trusted players.


Below is information about the AllowPlayerToJoinNoCheck console command.

Console compatible
Version added0.0
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Quick Overview

The command AllowPlayerToJoinNoCheck is used to instantly add a user to the whitelist, allowing them to connect to the server without going through the prerequisite checks.

Command Builder

Adjust the settings below to automatically generate a command. Once you have the inputs you want, click the copy button and paste it into the console in Starfield.
cheat AllowPlayerToJoinNoCheck
Steam ID


cheat AllowPlayerToJoinNoCheck 243636546456

This command will add the player with the Steam ID 243636546456 to the server's whitelist.