In the Logon Account field type your username (e.g.
Administrator) and then enter the user's password twice in the Password and Confirm fields.
You can change the Process Priority to allocate more CPU time to the dedicated server or specify which CPU or core the dedicated server will run on (in the case of multi-processor, hyperthreaded or multi-core CPUs). Uncheck Graceful Shutdown as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive doesn't respond to it.
Now click OK to finish setup and start your Counter-Strike: Global Offensive server!
You should still make a new Steam account because when your server updates, you will be logged out of Steam. If you plan on using an existing Steam account, skip to the next step. The download is small ( Now you can click the shortcut you created and let it run to download the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive server files. You should also run the shortcut every week or so to grab the latest server updates. CS: GO uses one configuration file to store its settings.Again, if you can't keep your computer running all the time while the Shortcut is downloading your dedicated server files, you can close it and then when you turn on your computer next time you can run the Shortcut and it will resume the download.Again, if you can't keep your computer running all the time while the Command Prompt is downloading your dedicated server files, you can close it and then when you turn on your computer next time you can run the Command Prompt with the same commands you've entered before and it will resume the download.Through this guide you will be able to run and manage your own dedicated server, this guide includes a lot of steps to configure and modify your server, some of them are required steps and a must to do, and some are additional :- *Steam Console Client *Dedicated Server Patch - to allow non-steam users to join your server.
**Crash Protection - to restart your server if it crashed.If you DON'T want to see your dedicated server running, uncheck the Interact with Desktop check box & select "Hidden" from the "Show Window" dropdown.