2    Getting Started
NOTE   
It is recommended that you make periodic backup copies of both your 
pserver.pat 
and
 pserver.prefs 
files as well as your
 pserver.prp 
(prop file); 
these files maintain the state of your rooms and everything in them. Before making 
backups of these files, be sure to shutdown the Palace server. These are both in 
Palaceroot/palace/psdata.
Installed directories
The Palace installation installs several directories to your default installation directory. 
Notable directories are:
Directory
Contains
bin
Main Palace scripts and binaries
common
Common files used by the web server
conf
Web server configuration files
palace
Main Palace files and directories, including:
 /psdata
   server data files, including prop, preferences, and 
script files
 /avatars 
  Java client server defined avatars 
 /logs
   server log files
 /media 
  pictures, artwork, and sound files
After you install
After you have launched your Palace, you should:
Review file securities
Set new operator and owner passwords.
Set up your web link to point to your Palace server
Run the log file cron script (this is optional)
Review file securities
We strongly recommend that operators upgrading from 4.0.2 or earlier versions of the 
Palace Server review file permissions after setup to verify security if not using the 
included web server.
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