Rust has been out for a while and still, some PC players are facing errors and issues with the game. Easy Anti-Cheat error code 30001 is one of the errors that PC players are experiencing with Rust and here is how to fix it.
Rust Easy Anti-Cheat Error 30001 Fix
There are multiple reasons why Easy Anti-Cheat error code 30001 might be bothering you. First, players need to make sure they have access to the game’s Content Distribution Network. Follow this link and this link you should be getting an “OK: connection successful” message. If not, then one of the following fixes will fix this Rust error for you.
The first fix for the error code 30001 is to allow both Easy anti-cheat and the game’s install folder through the firewall. If you are using Windows 10, also exclude the game’s install folder and Easy anti-cheat through Windows Security. Open Settings > Update & Security > Windows Security > Virus & Threat Protection > click “Manage Settings” under Virus & Threat Protection Settings > click “add or remove exclusions” under Exclusions. Browse and exclude both easy anti-cheat and Rust. This will fix the Rust Anti-Cheat error code 30001.
Another reason behind the error code 30001 could be that your system is missing some C++ Redistributable files. Install the latest C++ Redistributables both x86 and x64 versions. This will fix the error.
Corrupted system files might be causing the error. Open CMD and run it as administrator. Type “sfc /scannow” and press enter. Let the scan run and it’ll repair any corrupted system files it finds. Once the scan is done, the error will be fixed.
That is all for our Easy Anti-Cheat Error 30001 fix for Rust. If you are facing errors and issues with other PC games or your PC then also see our hub for commonly occurring PC errors and their fixes.