We started development on a feature to turn off the moinitors during a session.
It would be nice if you could also turn off the remote monitor to save power just like windows does it if PC is idle. I don't mean, that a blank screen is displayed but that the OS tells the monitor to turn off.
To extend Richards idea, I would suggest one could
* Disable the remote screen (black overlay or whatever) and optionally display a custom message or select from predefined ones (maybe customizable predefined messages)
* Tell the remote machine to turn off the monitor to save power (eventually with a customizable delay). This should also be possible while not disabling the remote screen.
The screen would then turn black, display a message and turn off after e. g. one minute.
Now, if someone tries to access the remote machine physically, the monitor would go on, display the message and, if the mouse or keyboard aren't used for one minute, the monitor turns off again.
I like the way VMware (at least VMware Workstation) does it:
You can select one or more of the modifier keys (Shift, Control, Alt, Win/Super) in a simple GUI (one button per key that can be activated or deactivated) that will release the mouse from the VM.
These keys also work for (AFAIK) all hotkeys you can issue while inside the VM.
You can e. g. press [SELECTED MODIFIER KEYS] + [Enter] to toggle full screen.
We are examining the problem.
Linux version working fine on VMWare Workstation VM
Host: Windows 10 (64 bit / DE)
VM: Linux Mint 17.2 (64 bit / EN)
The only thing: when changing the VM window size with VM-autosize enabled during an active connection, AD crashes as the screen resolution gets changed.
Don't know if it is the combination of Linux-VM and VM-autosize or if it is a general issue in the Linux version or even in the Windows version when changing screen resolution.. I will check this out this and file a bug report if necessary ;)
An advanced file transfer session type is planned for a future release.
Seriously guys? The remote PC at the left panel?
Every tool that I know (TeamViewer, FileZilla, WinSCP, ...) has the local site on the left and the remote site on the right panel.
So please AnyDesk team, if you really plan to put the remote site on the left panel as suggested, PLEASE do at least add an option to swap remote and local site!
Wir arbeiten an einer Verbesserung der Funktion “Dateien kopieren”. Verbesserungen sind für die nächste Version geplant.
A port of AnyDesk as a web app is planned for one of the next versions.