iCafeCloud first run
With iCafeCloud, you do not need to set up a dedicated PC to use for management; you can use any browser to manage it.
- On the iCafeCloud server, click "Options", input your license code and password. iCafeCloud will complete the initialization auto.
- Click the “Manage” button or go to “https://cp.icafecloud.com” to open the web management page.
- Enter your license and username (default: admin) for license password (check your email, we are sending license pass with other license info), then you can change admin pass on settings (Figure 2).
- Once logged in, select the suitable server and enter other details (Figure 3).
- Now open settings, press “Edit” and select the correct time zone (Figure 4).
- Also set the main game drive from the games page (Figures 5 and 6).
- Proceed here if you are not using a diskless system.
- Selecting the primary game drive will initiate an automatic download of iCafemenu onto that drive.
- When you change the main game drive, iCafemenu will also be prompted to re-download onto the new drive.
- Also bind your Google drive to save the game and billing logs. Refer to Download or save logs to google drive.
- Now stop and start the iCafeCloud service on the server.
- At the “Games” page , iCafeMenu is auto enabled (Figure 7).
- If you want to add games that you already have on your PC, then refer to add local games.
- Overwolf will be downloaded automatically when iCafeMenu is downloaded.
- When download is done, shutdown the client PCs and select super client, boot the pc and if you are using the latest version of CCBoot or CCDisk on the client side, iCafeMenu will run on your PC and will show the login interface where you have to use a valid username and password to login (Figure 8).
- After the first run, iCafeMenu will be added to the startup and it will start faster than before on the next boot. So, you just need to run iCafeMenu once in super client mode and save the image.
- Now the PC that has iCafeMenu running will be listed on iCafeCloud, “Computers” page (Figure 9).
- On the top right, it shows the number of free PCs, occupied PCs and members (Figure 10).