As you can see, the techniques to recover your AnyDesk account boil down to two main ones. But what if none are successful because you can’t remember your ID, password, or email address? While the chances seem bleak, we suggest you contact the company if you have a way to prove your identity and ownership of the account. Here are some key ways to recover your account by contacting AnyDesk Customer Service:
Write a support ticket: Submitting a support ticket to AnyDesk is the main approach to contacting AnyDesk. in contact. Please fill out all relevant information and be sure to put a check mark in front of «Yes, I tried to find a solution in the AnyDesk Help Center» before clicking Send Message.
Use your social networks: send a message on Instagram (@anydesksoftware), Facebook (@AnyDesk) or Twitter (@anydesk).
Contact Support – This requires you to sign in to any other AnyDesk account. Therefore, it is useful for helping another user or requesting to restore an account or alias in your namespace.
How to set up a connection
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 of the person you want to connect with. Type the remote device ID in the search bar on the right. Don’t forget: Never give access to your device to anyone you don’t know and beware of online scammers!
What if you are at home, but want to have unattended access to your work PC at the office, where there is no one 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 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 select Exit
Firewall configured incorrectly
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.
Method 3 on how to install AnyDesk using GUI
To do this, go to the AnyDesk download page and select the Fedora option to download the package as shown below:
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