What is Bec and why the name? Yeah, I know the name may sound a bit to "Battleye(ish)".
The first name was actually Becc, short for "Battleye & Chat Control".
At this time Bec(c) had a separate chat & markers logger, long before Battleye included a working chat-logger.
Inconsequentially of this, the name changed to Bec, short for "Battleye Control/Client/Chat/Crowd-Control" (Alot with letter C works).
But we found the real meaning in Battleye Extended Controls -> aka Bec ;) But enough about the name, what can Bec do?
Bec is a admin tool for ArmA2/OA/CO dedicated servers for Windows that has enabled Battleye.
This is a server application only, no install requirements are necessary client-wise.
Basically what Bec does, is giving you the Battleye-power conveniently on the ArmA2/OA/CO-chatline in-game.
Bec is a multi-admin tool, you can define as many admins you want, there is no limit on the number.
You are able to define many custom commands and permissions to several different admin levels.
Bec also have the option to use a global ban list, but you will need an account for this to be enabled.
When this is enabled, Bec will report hack to a central ban database, it will also check players guid against it upon connection to the game.
When Bec starts up, it logs itself on to the Be-server using the Rcon protocol.
Once a player connects to the server, his/her guid is checked against the admin file to see if he/she is a admin.
Once a admin has been verified he/she is free to send commands defined in the command file. No log-ins are required.
To change the mission parameters, you need to use the ArmA2 admin log-in function, as Battleye currently does not support this.
Bec also have several good and organized logging functions. All chat is stored into separate files with time stamps on them.
Same goes for all Be-events, they are stored in a separate file with time stamps on them.
Install and Configure Bec
If you want to to use this application you should read the install and configure guide.
Arma2 or OA or CO Dedicated server running on Windows.
You might also need Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package.