I suggest you ...

Forcing anydesk resolution when the remote machine boots without a plugged monitor

/if you try to connect to some anydesk client that has a monitor plugged it on boot, you'll be able to set any resolution that you want.
However, if you try to connect to a windows 10 machine that boots without a monitor plugged it, youll be forced to use 640x480, and there is no way to change that, please fix that

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      • Umer commented  · 

        Affirmative! Plz plz plz fix this.

      • Pain Sit.h commented  · 

        Yep, it's a very bad and useless. Fix this one.

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