You can disable online mode and allow users to connect without having a legal Minecraft account. This is generally not recommended for security reasons. But, if you are going to have a server in offline mode, it’s highly recommended that you use a plugin such “AuthMe” to protect your account and all your player's accounts.

Please check our AuthMe Reloaded Installation article.

You can change your server to offline mode through your Multicraft, or through your FTP File Access.

This will reset all of your players' inventories. You may want to tell all of them to put their items in a chest before continuing.


Multicraft:

Log into Multicraft.
Stop your Server.
Click on “Files” and then click on “Config Files”.



Click on “Server Settings”.



Find “Online Mode” and change it to “Disabled”.



Click on “Save”.
Start your Server.


FTP FIle Access:

First Stop your Server.

Click on “Files”, and then click on “FTP File Access”.

Login with your credentials and find “server.properties” file. Click on “Edit”, find “online-mode” and set it to “online-mode=false”.

Then click on “Save” and Start your server.

Done. Your server is now in offline mode.

If you are going to have a server in offline mode, it’s highly recommended that you use a plugin such “AuthMe” to protect your account and all your players accounts.

Please check our AuthMe Reloaded Installation article.

Feel free to open a ticket in your Client Area if you need any assistance.
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