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Anydesk start before user login

Anydesk should start (like teamviwer) independant of user login - so that you can remotely work with different users and directly after booting up the pc, without end-user interaction to login

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I am on Ubuntu 17.04 and Anydesk shows a black screen when the remote computer is on the login screen. Unattended access is already setup..

      • Temple Pate commented  · 

        I did as recommended as well... I'm on Elementary so it should be based of the ubuntu LTS version, but im still not able to login unless the user logs in first. Please either provide documentation on how this could be accomplished, or provide a valid option in settings. Thanks!

      • Viktor Sobolyev commented  · 

        I'm using anydesk with Linux Mint Sonya 18.2, and I did what was suggested. Still don't have access to the computer up until login is produced.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Hello, still on ubuntu 16.04 it still does not work, when will the feature be ready please?

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        On ubuntu 16.04 it doesn't work....

      • John commented  · 

        No way to uninstall Anydesk?

      • e.krieger commented  · 

        Thank You!
        For some reason this did not work during an earlier test.
        Tested it now, works perfectly

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