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Instructions for setting up and using the Steam Account Manager.
To proceed you will need to have downloaded or obtained a copy of vnetcafe.exe and have placed it on your PC. (To find out how to do this go to How do I get started).
If you already have done the above and want to :-
• Set up Peer-to-Peer the follow this link Set up Peer-to-Peer
• Set up IP based Peer-to-Peer the follow this link Set up IP based Peer-to-Peer
If an update is available then this window will appear. You may choose to download the update, ignore it and use your current version or exit the YASAMM.
If an update is accepted and downloaded then this progress window will be shown. The YASAMM may be aborted at anytime by pressing the "Exit" at any time during the download.
Note: If the YASAMM does not launch then you may have to download the update from the web site.
To create a new local YASAMM account...
If you want to create the new local YASAMM account with the selected username...
Please follow the instructions in the window. This part is a bit slow and tedious but it is essential for generating a near random value. This value is used to create your own Private Key for securing any later Peer-To-Peer communications...
This the usual start window for the YASAMM. But in this case there are no Steam Accounts defined and the display area is empty.
This the usual Add Steam Account dialog. The Edit & Delete Steam Account dialogs are almost identical.
This the usual start window for the YASAMM. At this point you may choose to login to the web site or access a local YASAMM account.
This window shows a single account has been setup and is ready to be used. The Account has been expanded to show the Steam games that are in it. At this point a number of functions are available by the usual Add Steam Account dialog. The Change & Delete Steam Account dialogs are almost identical.