Hello everyone, I present you my little project : Space Engineers Server Manager (SESM for friends) It allow you to manage via a web interface your space engineers server(s). You can create a server, edit it's configuration, start/stop/restart it, manage the in-game administrator, banned list and all other server properties. You can also give right to other user to do the same. NEW : V4 !! Current Version : 4.0.2 Current Feature : - Create Servers on the fly - Edit Server configs online - Manage/Create/Delete/Download - Manage Users - Upload Thursday updates through web - Ressource usage Statistics (WIP) - Totaly automatic SE Updates - Automatic Periodic backup - SE Server Extender Support - Web File manager - Granular Permission System Project Wiki : https://bitbucket.org/remygrandin/sesm-public/wiki/Home Bug Tracker : https://bitbucket.org/remygrandin/sesm-public/issues More pictures here : Installation guide : First things first, a little disclaimer : This software is highly experimental and is provided "as-is". I am not responsible for any save-lose/software/hardware dommages resulting of the usage of this software. You use it at you own risk !!! You can use the autotmated installer (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED) : https://bitbucket.org/remygrandin/sesm-public/downloads/SESMInstaller.exe - or - The manual installation guides is now on the wiki : https://bitbucket.org/remygrandin/sesm-public/wiki/Installation_Guides Some of you suggested me to put a donate button for those who would want to support the project So, if you like SESM and want to support it you can : This is totally optional as SESM is and will stay free I'm sorry in advance for any bug or spelling mistakes (I'm a frenchy, english is not my native languange, sry ...) you might find. Don't hesitate to point them up in this topic or (preferably) on the project bug tracker (see above). I also take gladly any constructive remark and every feature request If you want to participate in the project, contact me by PM. Last of all, this project is under the MIT licence, so you can do pretty much what you want with it.