- Unattended Access
- Permission Profiles
- Administrator Privileges and Elevation (UAC)
- File Manager and File Transfer
- Address Book
- Session Invitation
- Command-Line Interface
- Remote Restart
- Session Recording
- Remote Print
- Keyboard & Hotkeys
- Windows Group Policy
- URL Handler
AnyDesk for Windows Server
AnyDesk offers the ability to connect to Windows Server devices as well as to specific Windows Server accounts, albeit with some vendor limitations.
Warning: If connecting to a non-console account using AnyDesk, a user has to be logged in to that terminal session. Therefore, a Windows RDP-session must be established to the specified account in advance to activate the display drivers and transmit an image.
There are four options to connect to Windows Server:
|ID||Connects to the remote Server and prompts a dialog to choose a user or the console to connect to.|
|ID/||Connects to the console account. If no user is logged in, the Windows login screen is displayed.|
|ID/User||Connects to the specified user. This can also be the console account.|
|ID/Domain/User||Connects to the specified user in the domain. This is mainly used if the Server device has multiple accounts with the same username on different domains.|
Tip: Some server devices may have rather low-end graphics hardware. In this case, we recommend installing the Mirror Driver to increase the performance of AnyDesk.