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Regarding AMP Licensing for McMyAdmin/Minecraft

  • Last Post 17 June 2017
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Robert.Frost posted this 14 June 2017 - Last edited 14 June 2017


Bit confused around the licensing for McMyAdmin and AMP. Hoping someone can clarify please.

So as I understand it, I can buy an McMyAdmin Pro license which will give me access to McMyAdmin 2 Pro standalone and McMyAdmin 3 via AMP. Currently this is £10.

Or I can buy an AMP license which will allow me to create any 3 instances from the supported instance list, excluding McMyAdmin instances but including a separate instance called 'Minecraft'. Currently this is £5, which can be incremented in 3's for every additional license added.

Is this correct? If so, what is the difference between the McMyAdmin instance and the Minecraft instance?

Are there any videos or demos of AMP out there so I can get a better idea of its features and functionality? Or is there a possibility of a trial version license key for testing?

Thanks for any clarification you can offer regarding this.

Kind regards,


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Mike posted this 14 June 2017 - Last edited 14 June 2017

The McMyAdmin and Minecraft instances within AMP are 100% identical, the only difference is that the former accepts MCMA2 licence keys, the latter only accepts AMP keys.

AMP doesn't have any free trial or evaluation right now, it won't do until after it's left beta. That's why it's at a reduced price of £5.

Robert.Frost posted this 17 June 2017

Cheers Mike, thanks for clarifying. Just purchased AMP.