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Enable unattended access
Some users reported that creating sessions through unattended access resolved their keyboard issues. Unattended access allows users to connect to a remote client without sending a session request to the client. This feature is best suited for users who work partially remotely and want to avoid taking their work computer with them wherever they go. They can easily access the remote computer regardless of whether it is turned on or in sleep mode.
To enable unattended access in AnyDesk, follow the steps below:
Open AnyDesk and click the three horizontal lines in the upper right corner of the screen.
From the options, select «Settings».
Click on «Security» and go to the «Permissions Profile» section.
Expand the dropdown menu and select «Unattended Access».
Click the «Set Password…» button and enter and re-enter the password.
Click «Apply» to complete the process.
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.
Upgrade Your Pi OS
Since most of the operating systems people use are based on Debian, so are the official Raspberry Pi operating system and Ubuntu server. Debian based systems use the apt package manager to assist in upgrading and upgrading. To use the apt package manager, we will apply the following commands which are executed entirely in the terminal. To launch your terminal, use «CTRL + ALT + T».
The package manager uses the package list to indicate which packages need updating and where they can be downloaded. To update the list of packages, run the following command:
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