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How to OP Yourself on Your Skynode Server

Minecraft Operator status or commonly referred to as (OP) gives a player full access to all commands and permissions on a Minecraft server. This Tutorial will work if you are on Minecraft Java or Bedrock Edition. By default, there are no Minecraft server operators on your server.

If you are using Bedrock, you will have to be online on the server during the process.
To "OP" yourself or others on your Skynode Server:
Go to the Skynode panel page:

Click on the VIEW button to enter your server's settings.

On the left-hand side of your panel, click the Console tab.

In your console, type op <username> then press the enter key on your keyboard.

After you enter the command, you will receive a response from the server similar to this:

[Server thread/INFO]: Made Skynode a server operator

You have now successfully made that username an operator on your server.

To Remove "OP" Permissions from Someone on Your Skynode Server:
On the left-hand side of your panel, click the Console tab.
In the command line type deop <username> and press enter.
You should receive a response from the server that says: “Player is no longer an operator”.
You can also do this in-game by typing /deop <username>. You must be opped to run that command.

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Updated on: 16/05/2021

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