There are three types of settings for any incoming connection request. Based on the Settings here, the user trying to access your unattended device will be given the option to enter the password.
Follow the same procedure as for sending a normal connection request. Depending on the user’s Interactive Access settings, the device owner may or may not get the pop-up option to accept or decline the request. But regardless of that, you also have the direct option to enter the password to access your device if the unattended access feature is enabled.
What is AnyDesk unattended access?
AnyDesk Unattended access is a secure method of accessing a remote device without the physical presence of anyone around the device. You can take control of the remote device and use its file manager, clipboard, audio, screen to draw, etc. It is also possible to record a video of the remote session.
The AnyDeskunattended access plan is free for personal use and available as a monthly subscription for business users. Also, you can sign up for a 14-day trial license to explore the paid features.
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.
Step by Step Procedure
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/ (portable version)
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