How Do I Find My Anydesk Address

Follow the steps below to create an address book in AnyDesk.

  1. Go to the main window, open the menu, and click Address Book.
  2. Click «New»
  3. Click «Add Entry».

Ending the connection

We’ll show you how to start and end a connection in AnyDesk, both of which only require a couple of quick steps. First, let’s see how you would connect your computer to a new device using AnyDesk.

  1. Open AnyDesk on your desktop.
  2. Ask your colleague or team member to submit their AnyDesk ID.
  3. Copy the ID.
  4. Paste in the box under «Remote Desktop» in your main window.
  5. Wait for your request to be accepted.

How to reset the AnyDesk ID number and get a new one.

The AnyDesk ID is stored in the ‘service.conf’ file in the ‘C:ProgramDataAnyDesk’ folder. To change the current AnyDesk ID and get a new one, rename the ‘service.conf’ file as follows:

1. Close AnyDesk. 2. Right-click the AnyDesk icon on the taskbar and choose Exit

Other Common AnyDesk Problems

Users also frequently report AnyDesk problems related to the audio, the mouse and the keyboard. First of all, these errors can be caused by incorrect software installation – try reinstalling AnyDesk. The reason may also be that the Windows PC does not start properly and you just need to restart your system. If that doesn’t work, go to the following steps:

Make sure «Stream audio output from this desktop» is enabled in your audio settings. Also, go to the «Security» > «Unattended Access» tab and «Remote User Permissions» sections and allow other users to listen to your computer’s sound output.

Address Book

I don’t know what the limit is with the address book in AnyDesk, but I haven’t exhausted it so far. The way it works is a bit tedious, and the search is limited to the group you’re looking at. This means that if I have BUSINESS1, BUSINESS2, HOME, and I want to search for a computer that I don’t remember where it is, then I’ll have to switch between each category and then search. No centralized search. Other than that, it works pretty well. The custom names in the address book do not remain when you connect, but change to the connection ID/number.

I haven’t seen any filtering options, there is no way to hide offline systems. While it supports the use of tags to categorize systems, these tags are also limited to the group you are viewing. This makes it tedious to find specific types of machines. For example, you would like to have «DELL LAPTOP» as a tag in multiple categories, but filtering on that tag will only display for the category you are currently viewing.

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