Managed service providers use AnyDeskunat attended access service providers to manage infrastructure and customer endpoints remotely. As a result, services such as security, monitoring, infrastructure, and network management can be handled efficiently without the physical presence of experts at the customer’s premises.
IT teams and team leaders in multinational companies also rely on AnyDeskunat’s supervised remote access solutions to access any information or file on any device, even when the employee is not around.
Install AnyDesk with the command line
You can easily install AnyDesk using the web address above, but you can also use the command line if you prefer.
In the terminal type: wget https://download.anydesk.com/rpi/anydesk_6.1.1-1_armhf.deb This will download the file to the current directory.
Once there, you can install it with: sudo dpkg -I anydesk_6.1.1-1armhf.deb (assuming it’s still the current version). You will get some errors, we will fix them with the next step.
Finally, make sure all necessary files are present with: sudo apt install -f
1. First Install the application. If you haven’t downloaded the app yet, please visit AnyDesk. Once you have downloaded the app, a temporary version will be installed. To install the correct PC version, click «Install AnyDesk».
2. Click «Accept and Install» 3. Click «Set Password for Unattended Access»
Where can I find the file that stores the AnyDesk user information?
AnyDesk stores your AnyDesk ID, username, and in some cases a namespace locally. This is so you can simply migrate that account to a new machine or create a manual backup. The configuration text file is called service.conf and can be found in these locations on your computer:
Windows XP, Server 2003 — %appdata%AnyDesk (not installed) or %AllUsersProfile %Application DataAnyDesk (installed)
Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 — %appdata%AnyDesk (portable) or %programdata%AnyDesk (installed)
Android 7 and app version 5.3.2 or earlier — root/data/data/com.anydesk.anydeskandroid/files/.anydesk/
Android 7 and app version 5.3.4 and later (including Credential Encrypted Storage or CE ) — root/data/user/0/com.anydesk.anydeskandroid/files/.anydesk/
Linux — /etc/anydesk/ (installed software) ~/.anydesk/ (version portable)
Make sure «Stream audio output from this desktop» is enabled in the 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.
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.
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