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How to set up a dedicated server?

I followed the tutorial on this page Dedicated Server Guide and get everything packaged. I tested it in LAN and got it succeed. However, when I tried to run it on my server, I cannot create a connection of any kind. My server is using windows server 2012 R2, brand new. How can I set up the server in order to create an connection?

Product Version: UE 4.15
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asked Oct 22 '17 at 04:38 AM in Packaging & Deployment

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What does your logs say? Does the client hang or something when it tries to connect to your dedicated server? Are you trying to connect via public IP?

If you are, you probably need to setup port forwarding. Without logs and further information, we can't help you. At least paste your server/client logs

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answered Dec 07 '17 at 07:39 AM

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