The Anydesk Remote Desktop

  

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Do you know how versatile a Remote Desktop Software is for a company?

Some companies use Remote Access to offer Remote Support. Some companies use it to remotely control their machines. Employees can work from home and still use the powerful tools on their office PC, even if they work on a less powerful laptop. A Remote Desktop solution is also perfect for monitoring devices from afar or simply for screen sharing and presentations.

A broad range of use cases calls for highly customizable security settings.

With AnyDesk, you can adjust the permissions for each of these use cases. Let us show you how!

Before the start of an interactive session, the Accept Window is shown. There, the related permissions can be adjusted. For certain permissions, this can even be done during a running session. Additionally, this window also allows you to dismiss an incoming request and close running sessions.

Need Remote Support?

Employees who have problems with their computer could be scattered all over the globe. Maybe they work from home, maybe they work in a different office than the IT department. In any case – they still need fast and reliable support. It’s important for IT to have all the permissions they need to efficiently help their co-workers. They need to be able to restart the computer and request system information. Granting all the permissions means allowing IT to work on the device as if they were sitting in front of it.

Want to Monitor or Control a Device?

Having administrative rights at the remote device isn’t as important if you only want to use its standard functionality. Imagine you want to remotely control a machine that is used by several employees within a company, like a printer or scanner for example. You should be able to control it to some extent, so mouse and keyboard permissions are necessary. On the other hand, you could grant employees too much power by giving them the opportunity to restart the device, transfer files or lock the session screen, which could ultimately cause issues.

Want to Hold Presentations?

The benefit of screen sharing is that your co-workers can view your screen from all over the world and follow your presentation in real-time while simultaneously having no access to your desktop. With AnyDesk’s screenshare option, you can untick all participant permissions and simply allow co-workers to sit back and watch.

If they have feedback that they would like to visualize directly on your screen, you can allow them to use different features in the Whiteboard. That way they can draw on the screen instead of changing your document.

Different Permissions for Different Users

Unattended Access allows IT administrators to connect to devices without having to wait for manual acceptance. In case other users need to access the same machine as well, multiple passwords can be set up, each tied to different permissions. Therefore, IT has the optionto set up Group Policies, which enable multiple user groups with permission profiles. This makes managing these individuals much easier.

As you see, security settings can be adjusted to your company and your specific security and privacy needs. Want to learn more about security at AnyDesk? Click here to explore all of the benefits.


What Is Remote Desktop?

A co-worker asks to see something on your screen, but you’re in a different room.

A friend from a different country has a problem with their device, and you need a quick and simple way to help.

You work for a large company and are looking for a way to roll out software on all devices.

These and many other use cases are what remote desktop is for. It allows you to remotely access another computer over the internet from wherever you are in the world. Ideally, this works across all platforms: from your Android phone to your Linux computer, from Windows to Mac.

AnyDesk offers one of the simplest remote access solutions. Don’t believe us? Try it out for yourself! Here’s a little guide on how to remotely access another computer over the internet via AnyDesk.

1. How To Download AnyDesk

First things first: AnyDesk is free for private use. So if a family member needs help setting up their PC, you can comfortably help them from home and you don’t have to pay a cent. Not only that, but you don’t have to sign up for anything, and you barely need any space on your PC. Simply download the 3MB file and get going!

Whoever you’d like to connect to needs to download AnyDesk as well. Just tell them how easy it is, and they’ll be ready in moments. And that’s it! You’re now ready to start your first session.

2. How To Set up a Connection

The Anydesk Remote Desktop

To get started, open AnyDesk. The number you see on the left is your personal ID. People can use this number to access your device, and you need this number from the person you want to connect to. Type the ID of the remote device into the search bar on the right. Don’t forget: Never give anyone you don’t know access to your device and beware of online scammers!

What if you’re at home, but you want to have unattended access your work PC at the office, where no one is there to accept the session request? Take a look at your security settings: There you can set up a password and two-factor authentication for unattended access. That way, the session doesn’t need to be manually accepted by the remote side.

How else can you choose who to connect to? When you open the AnyDesk home window, possible contacts and their online status are displayed as follows:

  • DISCOVERED: This where the devices that have AnyDesk installed and are part of your network are listed.
  • FAVORITES: Your most-accessed devices are listed here.
  • RECENT SESSIONS: The devices you recently connected to are listed here.

Want to organize your contacts even further? Our AnyDesk Performance license contains an Address Book among many other helpful features, where you can categorize your contacts via tags.

3. How To Use AnyDesk’s Remote Desktop Features

On the remote side, as soon as a session is requested, the accept window pops up. You may take control of the remote device, but the remote side can still decide the level of control they want to give you by simply clicking the respective permissions on the accept window. For example, the On-Screen Whiteboard can be disabled, as well as the clipboard, file manager and even the ability to use mouse and keyboard of the remote side.

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Depending on the permissions, here’s a selection of tools you can use during your remote session:

  • Chat: This is the simplest way to communicate with the remote side via AnyDesk.
  • On-Screen Whiteboard: Need to visualize something on screen? Draw sketches or arrows in multiple colors.
  • Switch Sides: The remote side wants to have access to your device? You don’t need to end the session and start a new one—just switch sides in the active session.
  • Block User Input: This blocks the user on the remote side from controlling their device. That’s so you don’t get in each other’s way, and the user on the remote side can lean back while you help them.

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To end the connection, either click disconnect on the remote side, close the tab or close AnyDesk.

The Anydesk App For Remote Desktop On Linux

Easy, isn’t it? These first steps aren’t even half of what AnyDesk is capable of. Find out more about AnyDesk Remote Desktop and if you need advanced functions that are tailored to your needs, consider buying one of our licenses.