Windows Server

Terminal Server, Terminal session,
Terminal session dialogue, when requesting a AnyDesk session on Windows Server having multiple Windows sessions.

There are four options to connect to Windows Server:

ID Connects to the Server and prompts a dialogue to choose a user (Windows Account) or the console to connect to.
ID/ Connects to console. If no user is logged in, the LoginScreen is displayed.
ID/User Connects to the specified user. This could also be the console session. If not the console session, an RDP-session must be established as well at this point in order to retrieve an image.
ID/Domain/User Connects to the specified user in domain. If option three fails caused by duplicate usernames, this is the solution.

Note: If you want to connect to an individual terminal session, a user has to be logged in to that terminal session. Hence, an RDP-session must be established prior in order to get the image.


Some servers have rather low end graphics hardware. In case connecting to your server shows poor graphics performance, install a mirror driver to increase performance. See also: Mirror Driver


The Supported Windows Server can be found in our Installation article.