This admin command can be used to list all banned players, or ban/unban a specified player. When banning a player, you need to specify a duration (see duration argument information for help). You can optionally specify a ban message (reason) when banning a player.
The syntax for the ban command is as follows:
ban ['add' / 'remove' / 'list'] [steam id / player name / entity id] [duration + duration unit] ["message"]
This command has the following arguments:
|'add' / 'remove' / 'list'||Specify 'list' (without quotes) to list all active bans. Specify 'remove' (without quotes) to remove a ban. Specify 'add' (without quotes) to ban a player.|
|Steam ID / Player Name / Entity ID||Only required if banning or unbanning a player. The Steam ID, entity ID, or name of the player you wish to ban or unban. List entity IDs with the 'listplayerids' command.|
|Duration + Duration Unit||Only required when banning a player. A number, followed by a space and then a duration unit. For example '1 minute' or '2 year' (without quotes). Duration units:|
|"Message"||Optional, only works when banning a player - a reason/message to show the player when they are banned (e.g. Hacking). You need to put your message between quotation marks (") if you want to send more than one word.|
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Find below working examples of the ban command.
This command lists all active bans.
ban remove 76503193962430302
This command would remove the ban for the player with Steam ID 76503193962430302.
ban add 76503193962430302 5 minute
This command would ban the player with steam ID 76503193962430302 for 5 minutes.
ban add 171 5 year hacking
This command would ban the player with the entity ID 171 for 5 years, and give them the message/reason "Hacking".