How to Configure your Skyrim Together Server

All of Skyrim Together Reborn's server settings are located inside the Skyrim Together Server Settings file in your server's control panel. It is possible to update many settings such as Game Difficulty, PvP Damage, Item Drops and many more that are listed below.

Note: Before making any changes to your server config, ensure that you Stop your server & Start it once the change has been made.

Accessing your Server Settings

Your primary server settings can easily be accessed using the Files > Config Files section of your server's control panel.

  1. Access your control panel.
  2. Navigate to Files > Config Files.
    Shockbyte navigation menu
  3. Open Skyrim Together Server Settings.
    Shockbyte config files

Configuring your Server Settings

Once you have access to your server settings, you can make any required changes. The table below lists all of the available server settings.

Option Description
Server Name

Sets the name on the server displayed

Server Password Sets a password to connect to your server
Max Players Sets the maximum amount of players on your server
Game Difficulty This sets the server-side difficulty, which is enforced on all clients
Show on Server List Determines whether the server shows up on the server list or not. If the server has a password, it will not show up on the server list
Sync Party XP Determines whether the xp sync system is enabled or not
Sync Player Homes Determines whether chests in player homes are synced. Beware that long-term storage is not consistent in Skyrim. 
Death System Determines whether the Skyrim Together Reborn custom death system is enabled. This should only be turned off if you have a suitable death mod
PvP Damage Determines whether players can damage each other. Shouts on other players, like fus ro dah, also only work when this option is enabled
Dialogue Greetings Disables dialogue greetings when players walk close to an NPC
Item Drops Disabling this will make it so that dropping items in the world is not synced
Allow Mod Organizer 2 Sets whether the client is allowed to use mod organizer 2
Allow SKSE Sets whether the client is allowed to use SKSE

Time Scale Determines how fast the time in Skyrim progresses
Gold Loss Factor Used to determine how much gold a player loses when they die. When set to 0, players will not lose any gold.

If you would like any additional information or have any more questions about configuring your Skyrim Together Reborn server, you can find our other articles here.

If you require any further assistance, please contact our support at:

Mitchell Smith

Managing Director @ Shockbyte

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