Accept Anydesk

  

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In a world of growing technology and mobile workplaces, the need for remote support is more critical than ever. Although using remote desktops tools has become quite common in the last time, there may still be some concerns regarding security when using remote support tools. “If we install this software on our computers, can we be sure that no one outside the company can access our computers?” This is a question that we have heard quite often, that´s why we developed our whitelist feature.

Overview

Secara bawaan, agar bisa me-remote komputer lain menggunakan AnyDesk, perlu klik accept di komputer target. Ada cara lain supaya tidak perlu klik accept, yaitu dengan setting Unattended Access. Cara ini berguna supaya kita tidak memerlukan orang lain melakukan klik accept. AnyDesk harus diinstal atau dengan versi portabel terbuka di komputer Windows online untuk memungkinkan akses jarak jauh. Dalam kondisi ini, tanyakan pada host nomor pengenal di sisi kiri layar, masukkan nomor ini di bidang “Area kerja lain” dan klik “Hubungkan”. For the inbound client accept the interactive access (the user in the inbound connection have accept the connection button) right now anydesk just conects if one of the 2 conditions happens, not both. I need both contitios to happens to being able to connect to a remote computer. How i do that with custom client advanced options? AnyDesk runs on all common operating systems and devices on the market without any additional charge. Apps for Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, Linux, Raspberry Pi and more. By downloading and using AnyDesk, you accept our license agreement and our privacy statement.

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As you know, to start a session, you need the computer’s AnyDesk address. The request must then be confirmed by the computer user before the session is established. The whitelist sets out exactly who is authorized to access your computer. If the whitelist is active, only a pre-defined group of people will be able to connect. This ensures that nobody who isn’t authorized to do so can start a session. The whitelist could contain all the computers in your IT department, for example. Or perhaps just your own personal laptop, so that requests can only be made from there.

Setting up your whitelist

You can find the Access Control List in the security tab of the AnyDesk settings. In order to activate access control, the security tab has to be unlocked. Use the + button to add an entry. A text entry will appear at the bottom of the list. Entries can be removed using the “-” button after they have been selected. After setting up the list, only users who are on the whitelist have the ability to access that particular device.

Wildcards (* and ?) are supported to match against an alias ([email protected]). This is useful for example to restrict connections to a specific company (e.g. *@company will grant access to [email protected], [email protected], but not to [email protected]) or even to specific hosts (e.g. [email protected] will grant access to [email protected] and [email protected], but not to [email protected]). Wildcards do not apply to numerical ids.

At AnyDesk, we pride ourselves in putting our customers and users first, always working to ensure our solutions are the best available in the market. Please keep in mind that we are planning to bring you more security features that will allow you more detailed control on who can access which computer.

AnyDesk 3.0 is now available for free download at ttps://anydesk.com/download This version is currently only available for Windows PCs (Windows XP or higher). MAC and Linux versions will follow. If you would like to request a free Professional trial, please fill out this form: https://anydesk.com/trial-licence

Any Desk Main Window

AnyDesk is a remote session solution available for many platforms. Access a device using ID or Alias.

See also: AnyDesk_ID_and_Alias, Unattended Access, Windows Server and Address Book

A remote client can be requested by entering the AnyDesk ID or Alias, displayed in the ID label of the Main Window of the remote client. Clients to request sessions with are also available from the Speed Dial or Address Book. A session request must be accepted manually on the remote side to start. For automatic access, see: Unattended Access.


How to access a Remote Desktop

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The Remote User provides his ID or Alias .

Enter the ID/Alias in the Address-label on the local device to request a session.

The Accept Window then shows up on the remote device. By accepting the request, the session is established.
The active session list, to close outdated sessions

Active Session

Anydesk Automatic Accept

Upon exceed of the session limit (based on your license), AnyDesk displays the list of your active sessions.

Note: The active session list only contains sessions with your ID. Sessions from colleagues using the same license are hidden, to avoid them to be accidentally kicked.Find the complete list of running sessions on my.anydesk.com

Connection Table

Displays operating systems compatible. Connecting from left row to first column:

WindowsmacOSLinuxAndroidiOSChromeOS
Windows
macOS
Linux
Android
iOS¹
ChromeOS²

Anydesk Accept Screen

¹ Remote Control to iOS/iPadOS devices is not supported.
² Remote Control to ChromeOS devices is not yet supported.