By default, Apex Server will set up a server in the cloud, so that you can use it on multiple devices simultaneously.
But it’s also possible to set up Apex Server as a standalone server, allowing you to deploy a new Minecraft server or a custom server on top of your existing Minecraft servers.
We’ll show you how to set it up, and show you some of the ways to make your Minecraft servers work in the future.
You’ll need to have Apex Server installed on your server.
If you don’t already have it installed, you can download it here .
In order to start Apex Server, click on the launcher icon on the bottom left corner of your Minecraft screen, and select “Start Apex Server.”
You’ll then be prompted to enter your server’s IP address and password.
If Apex Server is not configured to automatically configure your server when you start it, you’ll have to enter it manually.
Once you’re in the “Server Configuration” screen, you need to configure the server’s virtualization features.
The default setting is to let the server automatically scale and manage the amount of RAM, disk space, and CPU usage of the server.
To set this up, you want to use the “Scale the Server” option.
To do so, select the “Start” option at the bottom of the screen.
The “Scale” button will appear next to the “Host” option, and you’ll see a list of all the servers that Apex Server supports.
Click on one of the servers you want the server to scale.
The server will be scaled to match your current RAM, CPU, and disk space usage.
You can see how much RAM, or CPU, or disk space is available by viewing the server details page.
To see the actual server configuration, go to the server settings page.
You can set up your Minecraft server to use up to four virtual machines on it.
Each virtual machine can have a different set of users, and the default settings for each virtual machine will be used when the server starts.
To make sure each virtual host is managed properly, you will want to edit the “Virtual Machine Settings” page.
Select “Virtual Machines” from the list of virtual machines, and then click “Next.”
The “Virtual machines” page will look like this.
At the bottom, you should see “Virtual host settings” under “Hosts” under the “Users.”
Select “Default Virtual Host” from this dropdown.
You should see a virtual host on your new server.
Next, you just need to change “Virtual Host” to “Default Server.”
Now, the server will automatically use the default configuration for the virtual host.
The next page has two new virtual hosts.
The one you created earlier has been set to use four virtual hosts, and it should look like the following screenshot.
You’ll notice that the “Current Virtual Hosts” column shows you all the virtual hosts that are currently on your Minecraft Server.
To create a new virtual host, select “New Host.”
You’ll then see the “New Virtual Host Information” page, where you’ll need a server’s hostname and IP address.
The name of the new virtual server you want will appear on the “Virtually Ready” page at the top of the page.
Click “Next” to continue.
The next page looks like this, and if you click “Finish,” your new virtual machine is ready to use.
Click “Next,” and then “Next Virtual Host.”
This will create a virtual server with four virtual servers on it, and add the server you just created to the list.
You just need this “New Server” entry, which is also known as the “Local Server” field.
The final page of the “Create a new server” screen will look something like this:The “New server” field is where you give the name of your new Minecraft Server and the name and IP addresses of the four virtual host(s) you created previously.
Click the “Next!” button to continue creating your new local server.
Your new local Minecraft Server should now be available to you, and its configuration should look something similar to the following screen.
You will also need to make sure that each virtual server has its own configuration settings, as shown in the image above.
In order to test your new installation, click “Server Status” at the very top of each page.
You might notice that there is an error message, “Server Error: Server Configuration Failed.”
That’s because the server configuration settings for the server have been modified, which causes the server not to start.
Click to see the error message.
To fix the server, select your server from the dropdown, and click “Add New Host.”
Select the “First Virtual Host in the List” and click the “Add” button.
The new host should appear in the list at the far right.
Click OK to close the Add New Host