Eletronic Arts for Ranked Servers provider policy does not allow/forbids FTP/RDP access to any dedicated or cloud servers. If you order a dedicated server from us and expect us to allow Remote Desktop Access or FTP to any Ranked services provided by Eletronic Arts (DICE) We will not allow it. Please do not open a support request or contact Trinity Games the answer you will get is a firm NO! However the following files are allowed to be mondifyed and approved by DICE Eletronic Arts. This policy covers all old and future games by Eletronic Arts / DICE .
||Server Map List
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||Punkbuster Config File
||PBUcon file used by Punkbuster
||Server's Default Configuration
Server Administrator Settings
BF3 Rules of Conduct
Players are expected to abide by the EA Online Terms and Conditions while playing on ranked Battlefield 3 servers. You agreed to the EA Online Terms and Conditions when you established your EA Account this applies to all Trinity Games /Trinity Gaming customers who purcause any Ranked products.
Ranked Server Administrators:
If you are an administrator of a ranked Battlefield 3 server (referred to below as a "Server Administrator"), you must also comply with the EA Online Terms and Conditions.
Server Administrators are in violation of the EA Online Terms and Conditions if they enforce server rules on ranked servers that prohibit or severely limit players from using any roles, kits, weapons, vehicles, or other features of the game while playing on their server. Examples of such rules that would violate the EA Online Terms and Conditions include:
- Running knife / pistol-only servers
- Preventing players from using certain weapons or items (such as flash bangs or C4) or enforcing a "pistol only" or "knife only" server rule
Please note that server administrators also cannot boot other players just because they are ahead, killed you, etc. The player must be violating the EA Online Terms and Conditions (which may include violating the rules of the server, as long as those rules are in accordance with the EA Online Terms and Conditions, as mentioned above).
Server Administrators may implement and enforce rules that result in minor changes to gameplay behavior or styles as long as these are clearly stated before a player starts playing on a server. These rules typically introduce minor or limited restrictions on how a certain aspect of the game can be used, but do not create or promote an environment that would allow abuse of the scoring/award system. Examples of such rules that are acceptable are:
- Disallowing repeated main base camping/attacking of bases that cannot be captured.
- Limiting the use of mortars to a particular region of the map.
Server Administrators will also violate the EA Online Terms and Conditions if they (i) use offensive server names, server art or clan tags; or (ii) encourage other players to violate the EA Online Terms and Conditions while in game.
- To report a Battlelog avatar for violating the EA Terms of Service, please right click the offending avatar and select Copy Image URL/Link.
- To report a platoon for violating the EA Terms of Service, please utilize the Report feature on Battlelog.
- Find the offending platoon. To the right of the platoon name you will see a grey exclamation point. Click this exclamation point and select Report Platoon.
In all cases, please provide as much information as possible when making reports. EA's support staff will be the final decision makers regarding investigations. Intentional submissions of misinformation or false abuse reports can be considered a violation of the EA Terms and Conditions.