How To Change My Anydesk Id

Now you know how to start and end a connection using AnyDesk. You also know how to download AnyDesk on your device and how to use its main features. AnyDesk can be quite a useful tool when you are working from home or working on multiple devices. It can help you manage your work and not have to go back and forth between different screens.

Have you ever terminated a connection in AnyDesk? Did you use any of the methods mentioned in this article? Let us know in the comments section.

Create a new Windows profile

If your AnyDesk ID has been blocked due to unwanted activity on your part. Then renew your AnyDesk IDs or create a new profile on your computer.

To create a new profile in Windows 11/10, follow these simple steps:

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

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

Network problems

Users often complain about the following problems:

  1. Waiting for the image.
  2. This desktop is not available. Make sure AnyDesk is running on the remote computer and is connected to the Internet.
  3. AnyDesk is not connected to the server. Please check your internet connection.

Steps to install Anydesk using remote terminal on ubuntu operating system

Step: 1 Download the latest anydesk deb package as shown below. # wget # sudo dpkg -i # sudo apt install. /anydesk_2.9.6-1_amd64.deb Step.2 Start the anydesk service if it is not running. # anydesk –service Start the AnyDesk service, if it is not already running (for Linux). Or use # sudo anydesk –service

Step 3. The following command to get anydesk ID and service status # anydesk –get-id (ID will be displayed in terminal) # anydesk – -get-status (will show the service is running or not) Step 4. Stop AnyDesk service, use the following command # anydesk –stop-service anydesk –restart-service (Restart AnyDesk service) To remove any previously running AnyDesk services. # ps -ef | grep anydesk # kill -9 Step.5 Set a password # echo my_new_password | anydesk.exe –set-password Step.6 Enable automatic login Edit this file /etc/gdm3/custom.conf # Enable automatic login AutomaticLoginEnable=true AutomaticLogin=$USERNAME Note: Replace $USERNAME with the name real user in case of multi-user

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