Team Fortress 2
Bogan 8. okt, 2012 @ 16:24
Get in here and answer me you tf2 veterans.
Can you have two steam accounts and still play tf2 on BOTH without losing stuff or anything on either accounts?
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Soga 8. okt, 2012 @ 16:34 
Yeah, I use Sandbox to create a virtual drive so I can run two steam accounts at once on the same computer.
Bogan 8. okt, 2012 @ 16:35 
Okay, thats EXACTLY what I needed to know, thanks you very much :)
PackmanJohnny 8. okt, 2012 @ 16:42 
Opprinnelig skrevet av PleS Carebear:
Yeah, I use Sandbox to create a virtual drive so I can run two steam accounts at once on the same computer.

is that legal?
Itwongo 8. okt, 2012 @ 16:53 
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Yeah, I use Sandbox to create a virtual drive so I can run two steam accounts at once on the same computer.

is that legal?

Legal? Sure. Something Valve can ban you for? No. Not yet anyway.

From the Steam Subscriber Agreement, Section 4:
"Valve may terminate your Account or a particular Subscription for any conduct or activity that Valve believes is illegal, constitutes a Cheat, or which otherwise negatively affects the enjoyment of Steam by other Subscribers. You acknowledge that Valve is not required to provide you notice before terminating your Subscriptions(s) and/or Account, but it may choose to do so."

So they haven't banned anyone for it yet, but that could change at any time. So, like any third-party trick/utility, use at your own risk
PackmanJohnny 8. okt, 2012 @ 16:56 
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Opprinnelig skrevet av PleS Carebear:
Yeah, I use Sandbox to create a virtual drive so I can run two steam accounts at once on the same computer.

is that legal?

Legal? Sure. Something Valve can ban you for? No. Not yet anyway.

From the Steam Subscriber Agreement, Section 4:
"Valve may terminate your Account or a particular Subscription for any conduct or activity that Valve believes is illegal, constitutes a Cheat, or which otherwise negatively affects the enjoyment of Steam by other Subscribers. You acknowledge that Valve is not required to provide you notice before terminating your Subscriptions(s) and/or Account, but it may choose to do so."

So they haven't banned anyone for it yet, but that could change at any time. So, like any third-party trick/utility, use at your own risk

neither of my pcs are powerful enough to do it, but i thought about it, just to have extra drop times.
Kreuzfahrer 8. okt, 2012 @ 17:19 
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Opprinnelig skrevet av Deathblade20:
Opprinnelig skrevet av PleS Carebear:
Yeah, I use Sandbox to create a virtual drive so I can run two steam accounts at once on the same computer.

is that legal?

Legal? Sure. Something Valve can ban you for? No. Not yet anyway.

From the Steam Subscriber Agreement, Section 4:
"Valve may terminate your Account or a particular Subscription for any conduct or activity that Valve believes is illegal, constitutes a Cheat, or which otherwise negatively affects the enjoyment of Steam by other Subscribers. You acknowledge that Valve is not required to provide you notice before terminating your Subscriptions(s) and/or Account, but it may choose to do so."

So they haven't banned anyone for it yet, but that could change at any time. So, like any third-party trick/utility, use at your own risk

neither of my pcs are powerful enough to do it, but i thought about it, just to have extra drop times.
If you're doing it for more items, you could be risking a ban.
Unjust Murder 8. okt, 2012 @ 17:49 
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Opprinnelig skrevet av Deathblade20:
Opprinnelig skrevet av PleS Carebear:
Yeah, I use Sandbox to create a virtual drive so I can run two steam accounts at once on the same computer.

is that legal?

Legal? Sure. Something Valve can ban you for? No. Not yet anyway.

From the Steam Subscriber Agreement, Section 4:
"Valve may terminate your Account or a particular Subscription for any conduct or activity that Valve believes is illegal, constitutes a Cheat, or which otherwise negatively affects the enjoyment of Steam by other Subscribers. You acknowledge that Valve is not required to provide you notice before terminating your Subscriptions(s) and/or Account, but it may choose to do so."

So they haven't banned anyone for it yet, but that could change at any time. So, like any third-party trick/utility, use at your own risk

neither of my pcs are powerful enough to do it, but i thought about it, just to have extra drop times.
If you're doing it for more items, you could be risking a ban.

:D Dem reply's
Bogan 8. okt, 2012 @ 20:11 
Well I wont use sandbox ill just play seperately on both :U
PackmanJohnny 8. okt, 2012 @ 20:19 
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Opprinnelig skrevet av Deathblade20:
Opprinnelig skrevet av PleS Carebear:
Yeah, I use Sandbox to create a virtual drive so I can run two steam accounts at once on the same computer.

is that legal?

Legal? Sure. Something Valve can ban you for? No. Not yet anyway.

From the Steam Subscriber Agreement, Section 4:
"Valve may terminate your Account or a particular Subscription for any conduct or activity that Valve believes is illegal, constitutes a Cheat, or which otherwise negatively affects the enjoyment of Steam by other Subscribers. You acknowledge that Valve is not required to provide you notice before terminating your Subscriptions(s) and/or Account, but it may choose to do so."

So they haven't banned anyone for it yet, but that could change at any time. So, like any third-party trick/utility, use at your own risk

neither of my pcs are powerful enough to do it, but i thought about it, just to have extra drop times.
If you're doing it for more items, you could be risking a ban.

I gave that some thought actually. its the main reason i dont do it lol
-|BeeR|-CritcH 8. okt, 2012 @ 23:59 
Why risk a ban or upsetting valve. If your PC is big enough - or if you have 2 PCs (even better) why not just create a second account - get a second copy of TF2 and upgrade to premium (costs almost nothing) then you can simply trade between accounts.

I dont do this (I cant be bothered and dont really agree with it) but I know many people have many accounts.
Bogan 9. okt, 2012 @ 7:12 
Thats what I just did DeD
jetty 9. okt, 2012 @ 8:11 
Selling virtual items for big cash, i don't think multi premium account is worse.
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