If you have ever been on a Linux server, you know how annoying it can be to find all of the files, directories, and folders you need to run Minecraft.
Well, you’re not alone, as many other Windows users are finding this as well.
One of the main issues with running a Windows server on Linux is the lack of the tools to manage files.
There is no centralized system that can easily upload and manage the files you need.
This is where you come in.
We have covered some of the most popular tools in the past, but there are also a few that are more specialized for your particular use case.
Here are a few tools that we think are the most useful when it comes to Windows Server 2016.
We’ll cover them all, but here are a couple we found useful in the Windows Server community.