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[Solved] Can't join my server due to missing keys for files in dta\ and \enoch\addons

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Hi everyone,

 

I am having massive trouble joining our server (hosted on Nitrado.de). Every time I try to connect I am getting a weird error message about seemingly not signed files.

Files "dta\bin.pbo", "dta\core.pbo", "dta\languagecorde_f.pbo", "S:\Steam\steamapps\common\Arma 3\enoch\addons\air_f_enoch.ebo", "S:\Steam\steamapps\common\Arma 3\enoch\addons\anims_f_enoch.ebo", "S:\Steam\steamapps\common\Arma 3\enoch\addons\armor_f_enoch.ebo", ... are not signed by a key accepted by this server. To play on this server, remove listed files or install additional accepted keys.

I then get kicked from the server.

 

The thing is, I did not change anything about these files. Their file dates go back to 2019. I did not change anything on the server either, except that I uploaded some new missions yesterday and updated the server.cfg to add them to the mission rotation.

Does one need any bikey-files to play on a vanilla arma server? We do use mods, but all bikeys for the used mods are up to date and uploaded to the server.

 

Thanks in advance for any help.

Edited by Arfour
Problem solved.

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15 hours ago, Arfour said:

Does one need any bikey-files to play on a vanilla arma server?

yes. server should have a3.bikey in its keys folder

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1 minute ago, Dedmen said:

yes. server should have a3.bikey in its keys folder

Shit. I may or may not have deleted that while clearing out some older mod bikeys. :icon_bash:

 

Can I find this key somewhere?

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Just now, Arfour said:

Can I find this key somewhere?

maybe in your arma client installation, also in the keys folder.

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Thank you, I'll have a look!

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4 hours ago, Dedmen said:

maybe in your arma client installation, also in the keys folder.

Yes, that did the trick. Thank you again!

 

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