Validating counter strike file
At Server Configuration, click on the drop down menu and select Counter-Strike: Global Offensive or Counter-Strike: Source.7. Make sure the Validate Files checkbox is ticked and finally click the Update/Install button.10. App ‘740’ fully installed”, that means Steam CMD has finished downloading the necessary files to run a dedicated Counter-Strike: Global Offensive server. It is actually sufficient to start a CS: GO server from the Run Server tab in the Steam CMD GUI application.
Make sure Login as Anonymous checkbox is selected.8. A command prompt window will open and Steam CMD will automatically start downloading the necessary files. First select the path of the downloaded files such as C:\srcds, then choose Counter-Strike: Global Offensive or Source from the drop down list, select a map, set an RCON password and click Run.
Copy Steam.dll, and the Steam folder from the latest Rev Emu release to C:\SRCDS\bin\. From the latest Rev Emu release, go to csgo\platform\ and copy all the files to C:\srcds\platform.
You can now run the server like normal using the Steam CMD GUI application and your server should accept non-steam players.
Again, nothing much to say, just enter your server IP address in the game.
You should use either emulator and not both at the same time.1.
Download Rev Emu Release and extract with an archiver that supports .7z format.2.
Start Steam located in location you extracted the ZIP earlier.
Once the application has loaded up, type the following: Visit the Steam game server account management page and login with your Steam account. You need to create a batch file to start your server.
If you’d like to allow non-STEAM users to join your CS: GO server, you’ll need to perform additional steps below.