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Game Server Control Panel

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Project Description

Hi Guys,

I am looking for a developer to assist myself in the development of a Basic Game Server Control Panel. The platform of which I am using is Windows 2003 / 2008. What I am looking for is the ability to start / stop / restart the server. I would also like some sort of basic configuration file editor. A server status (ie: online / offline) would be great too.

I require it to be a Web Panel, to Dedicated Server Setup as in... the Panel will be hosted on a website, and will communicate with the dedicated server to send commands, recieve and send information (server status... etc...)

No design is need, I have that covered. I need something that is basic, and will help me manage my game server(s). I would expect the project to only take a few weeks if that. I would like it to be as secure as possible, and to be developed in php.

The Games I wish to support are Call of Duty, Call of Duty UO, Call of Duty Two, Call of Duty Four, and Call of Duty World at War. There will also be an opportunity for further employment with the added support of source games (like Team Fortress Two, Counter Strike: Source, Left4Dead, and Left4Dead2) in the future permitting I'm happy with the work.

Further Notes: A login for the web panel is not required. I just need it to be a secure connection between the Web Panel and the Dedicated server. I have a system in place that this panel will be secured behind.
If you are 100% sure that you're able to assist, by all means make an offer.


Thank you for your interest, and I look forward to getting in touch.

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