Anydesk Not Working On Windows Server 2012

AnyDesk is one of the best and if not the best application that you can use to remotely connect to another computer. With this application, you can control devices from anywhere in the world, whether it is for personal purposes or for technical support. AnyDesk is a remote desktop application that you can use for telecommuting and that IT teams can use to troubleshoot staff or customer systems. Check out these related guides: How to Install and Configure Remote Desktop Services via Standard Deployment on Windows Server, Publish Remote Desktop Web Client: How to Install the HTML 5 Web Client for Microsoft RDS Server, and if you need a guide on Anydesk at Linux read this: How to install AnyDesk on a Linux machine.

AnyDesk is compatible with platforms and operating systems such as Windows, Linux, Mac OS and others. This app has both desktop and mobile versions and is good for team collaboration and you can record your session. Another good thing about this tool is that you can choose to use it for free for personal use or go for the paid versions if it is going to be used by an organization.


AnyDesk software is a tool for remote control of personal system over the Internet. This software has received a lot of attention due to its very low volume and high speed. AnyDesk is available for download on Windows, Mac, Linux and freebsd operating systems. It is also possible to connect from Android and iOS phones. In this article, we try to learn how to install AnyDesk on Windows Server 2016.

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STEP#1.Navigate to the Dashboard control.

STEP#2.Click Date & Time.

Disconnected from AnyDesk network

In addition to an unstable Internet connection, if the AnyDesk server is down or continues to be down, you may notice that AnyDesk does not connect or keeps disconnecting . Some users reported that disabling IPv6 can help fix the problem. Anyway, now let’s look at this in detail.

Before starting the different troubleshooting methods, check if the Anydesk servers are up and running. You can do this by visiting the Anydesk website. If they are down, you can’t do anything instead of waiting until Anydesk fixes the problem.

AnyDesk mouse not working.

Make sure «Control my computer’s keyboard and mouse» is checked. In some cases, starting AnyDesk as an administrator on the remote side can resolve this issue.

If you find that the Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V hotkeys do not work, please enable the following options: “Control my computer keyboard and mouse”, “Access my computer clipboard”, “Access my computer’s clipboard to transfer files” on the Security tab.

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