Post by fallyntalyn on Dec 13, 2020 12:30:20 GMT -5
We only play ARK once a week or so, and we always have to update it before we can play. We updated it today, but now the version on ASM is 319.22 and the version on Steam is 319.14. I cannot get an update from Steam, so our clients cannot connect. How do I get an older client version to connect to ASM or roll back the version on ASM?
Post by fallyntalyn on Dec 13, 2020 19:21:58 GMT -5
No, we are not getting any errors, and the server once up, is showing via the Steam server list, but not via the game client LAN server list. A point of note, it will also not show in the LAN section of the Steam server list, only in our "Favorites" or "Recently Played" lists. None of our mods, settings, or network set up has changed at all, and we were able to connect and play a week ago. We do not publish the server, only play on our local network between 2 pcs. One PC hosts and then connects, and the other PC just connects. we are both connected via wifi to our router.
Post by fallyntalyn on Dec 13, 2020 21:26:16 GMT -5
Sorry, I may have mis-typed. It's in our favorites list from before. When we try to enter the server via the Steam server list, we get "unable to query server info for invite" but it's always done that when we try to enter that way, which is why I didn't mention it. We've been using ASM for about a year, and while we have problems on occasion, this specific one hasn't happened before.
And as I wrote, the server ONLY shows up in the Favorites list or Recently played list, it does not show in the active LAN servers via Steam, nor through the game client which is where we normally access our server.
Post by fallyntalyn on Dec 13, 2020 21:33:23 GMT -5
It's just there. Like I said, we've never used that way because its never worked, so I think it's something related to how steam registers the servers you play on. I'd checked the Ark forums on Steam, but I can check with their online forums.
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