I suggest you ...

allow the installer/creator of new AD client the power to delete it globally

I have recently installed various _nix distros on a machine for testing purposes. Each time I install the AD client my host-counter @ad increases. I believe this must be adding 'dead data' to your global database. I am only one person, but believe this is significant globally.

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I have reently installed this verson

      • AdminAnyDesk (Supporter, AnyDesk Software GmbH) commented  · 

        This is normal and wanted behaviour of AnyDesk. We dont create the alias based on a machine ID or anything, but everytime you install AnyDesk on a freshly installed system it creates keys which identify you and your alias. If you want to prevent a new ID everytime, backup the ~/.anydesk directory (especially the .conf files) and drop them there again before the first start of anydesk. This should backup your ID.

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