Anydesk Does Not Allow To Click

Site Expert Mike Lombardi Journalist and columnist in the IT field. Website creator and administrator. Ask a question Ask an expert I want to transfer a Word entry from a local computer to a remote computer. For some reason AnyDesk doesn’t copy the text, clipboard doesn’t work. How to solve this error? Both PCs have Windows 10 installed. If you use Windows devices for remote access, you can use the standard hotkeys Ctrl + C, Ctrl + V to copy and paste text from the local PC to the remote PC. If the text on the clipboard cannot be pasted into AnyDesk, you need to make changes to the program’s settings.

First, log in to AnyDesk accounts on both devices, then click the menu button on the top right corner, go to «Settings» – «Security».

AnyDesk not working and keeps disconnecting on Windows 11/10

If AnyDesk is not working or if you see a Disconnected from AnyDesk network message, please restart your device and network router and see. However, if that doesn’t work, here are some more fixes to help you out:

  1. Check AnyDesk server status
  2. Run AnyDesk as administrator
  3. Allow AnyDesk to through firewall
  4. Disable IPv6
  5. Update AnyDesk to latest version
  6. Run AnyDesk in clean boot state
  7. Run network commands
  8. Reinstall AnyDesk

Restart the application

For any reason, if you can’t restart your PC, you can also restart the application and check if AnyDesk works or not. Here’s how to restart the AnyDesk app on your Windows 11 computer.

1. Close the app by clicking the X icon or the close button.

Misconfigured firewall

  1. Status: win32_10060
  2. Status: win32_11001
  3. Status: win32_10054

Windows generates these error messages. They are usually caused by a misconfigured firewall. The firewall on both the local and remote sides should not interfere with the AnyDesk connection. Therefore, it may be necessary to modify the firewall to allow AnyDesk to make connections. In some cases, you may need to whitelist AnyDesk using *.net.anydesk.com.

Request elevated rights

If the keyboard does not work even after you have been allowed to access it, request elevated rights. Windows has a User Access Control Center that prevents other users from making changes to a computer without permission from the system administrator. These restrictions may prevent you from accessing the remote computer’s keyboard and mouse. Then follow these steps to request elevated rights to the remote computer:

  1. In AnyDesk, go to the «Action» menu.
  2. From the options provided, select «Request elevation».
  3. The remote computer user should receive a prompt asking them to accept the rights elevation. Once they have allowed the request, you should receive a new session request.
  4. Accept the new session request to operate the remote computer with elevated rights.
  5. The keyboard should now start working once the new session starts running.
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