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Can't draw lines on a dedicated server?

I'm trying to draw on a plane in multiplayer and I'm using a dedicated server. I'm sending the points to be drawn to the server and to the clients as well (multicast). It seems to work on the clients (they can see the points used to draw the lines) but I'm getting this on the server log:

 [ 40]Blueprint:Warning: Warning EndDrawCanvasToRenderTarget: Context must be valid. 
 [ 40]LogScript:Warning: Accessed None trying to read property CallFunc_BeginDrawCanvasToRenderTarget_Canvas BP_WhiteBoard_C 

It seems the offender blueprint node is Begin Draw Canvas to Render Target. Can't a dedicated server use this node to get a valid canvas and drawing context?

Product Version: UE 4.15
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asked May 20 '17 at 05:05 PM in Rendering

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I think dedicated servers have most of the rendering stuff disabled. I'm trying to find exactly where does the server stop calling functions that end up in rendering. You may want to look at the engine code for your blueprint node and see if you can find any !GEngine conditions or something similar, in its call hierarchy.

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answered Dec 04 '17 at 02:57 PM

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