How To Block Anydesk In Windows 10

If you’re concerned that your users will fall for a scam that gives someone else control of their keyboard and mouse, one way to mitigate that risk is to block those remote assistance applications from running. Windows calls this functionality Application Control and provides two ways to implement it: AppLocker and Windows Defender Application Control (WDAC). There is an article outlining the differences, but the short summary is that WDAC was designed as a security feature and provides additional functionality. So in this case we will use WDAC!

A word of warning: WDAC provides a great deal of control and security over your Windows devices. To be successful with WDAC, read the official design guide and don’t implement widely without significant testing.

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


Step 1: Go to Policy and Objects and select Create New.

Step 2: Destination -> Internet Service -> filter anydesk name and select Anydesk-Anydesk.

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 *

AnyDesk – An incredibly powerful tool with different permissions for different situations

AnyDesk is one of the most powerful tools available on the market today, and anyone can use it. By creating permission profiles, you can quickly and easily set up a variety of permissions for a variety of situations. By requesting elevation in AnyDesk (Request Elevation), you grant additional access rights (Aar) to the remote computer that wants to change system settings, access task managers, etc. Everything related to the global management of the slave PC is made possible by the extended rights feature.


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