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AnyDesk enables you to work remotely from wherever you are. Every time you need to access a remote screen, whether it is just across the office floor or on the other side of the world, you can use AnyDesk. Just start the downloaded AnyDesk.exe file and you are ready to go.
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4.2.1 July 17, 2018
Fixed a crash which could occur after one minute when there is no mouse attached to the system.
Fixed packets being dumped which should only be dumped in debug mode.
Fixed a rare crash which occured immediately after starting AnyDesk.
4.2.0 July 12, 2018
Clipboard file transfer can now be disabled in the security settings.
The preview image can now be disabled in the privacy settings.
‘Select all’ is now supported by most edits.
The session comment section can now be disabled.
Fixed a crash in D3D render mode.
Fixed a crash related to the ‘Follow remote mouse cursor’ feature.
Fixed a bug which made it possible to set up a password not meeting the password safety requirements for unattended access.
Fixed a race condition that could occur during requesting an alias.
When pasting a file after disabling the clipboard, the file copy operation got stuck. File transfer is now cancelled when clipboard sync is disabled.
Fixed a rare bug which made AnyDesk crash immediately on startup.
4.1.3 June 12, 2018
Made the session comment section multiline again.
The disclaimer did not show up again, when it was rejected the last time AnyDesk started and has not been changed in the meantime.
File transfer sessions no longer transmit hotkeys.
Fixed DLL preloading vulnerability in Windows 7 SP1.
Thanks go to Kushal Arvind Shah of Fortinet’s FortiGuard Labs for reporting this vulnerability to us.
4.1.2 May 28, 2018
Fixed a bug in the security panel which made it impossible to set a password.
Fixed navigation to the drive selection view in file transfer mode.
4.1.1 May 28, 2018
Fixed a bug which made it impossible to go up two folders in succession in file transfer mode.
Fixed caps lock in translation keyboard mode.
4.1.0 May 17, 2018
This is an important security release, please update as soon as possible.
Prevented DLL preloading vulnerability in Windows 7 SP1. Thanks go to Kushal Arvind Shah from Fortinet for reporting this vulnerability to us.
Updated OpenSSL library to the latest version
Fixed monitor reactivation when the monitor is in sleep mode and there is an incoming connection.
Fixed manual update link when auto-update is disabled.
Fixed a bug that prevented further connections to a computer, if a previous connection to that computer failed.
Fixed keyboard problems that occurred in conjunction with the right shift button.
Version 4.0.1 April 10, 2018
On connecting to a terminal server the user can choose now if to connect to the console session or a specific user. As an alternative a fully specified address can be used to directly connect to a specific user.
The file manager can also be used during a normal session.
Enable this option under “privacy” in the options tab.
Optional auto-locking of the Windows session on AnyDesk session end.
When activated, the monitor selection follows the remote mouse cursor.
AnyDesk can now update to the latest version automatically.
The user can now choose an alias after installation.
Fixed a bug which made it impossible to connect to an IP/Hostname using the command line.
[Client Generator] Updates can now be disabled.
Directly after startup the main window did not show it was active. Fixed.
The min/max/close buttons of top-level windows show the correct hover state now.
Fixed permissions in scam warn mode when authenticated with password.
Fixed a bug in command line parsing when AnyDesk was started from a command prompt.
Fixed a crash in the service when there were too many sessions or network cards. The number of AnyDesk sessions is only limited by system memory now.
Fixed a crash on session start when using D3D.
Added a workaround in case Windows Update broke AnyDesk audio settings.
Fixed a crash on HDD monitor failure. Instead the HDD monitor will be disabled only.
If AnyDesk was not installed, it might not get a connection due to a race condition.
On remote restart it was possible to doubly reconnect resulting in session termination.
In some cases the screensaver was permanently disabled by AnyDesk. Fixed.
Version 3.7.0 Jan. 10, 2018
fixed a bug where the permissions could be reset during the session.
In some cases, the AnyDesk main window was not rendered correctly in Windows 10 (showing transparent areas).
Version 3.6.3 Nov. 17, 2017
Fixed a crash when terminating AnyDesk using the tray icon while sessions were running.
Under rare conditions, connecting to Windows 10 showed no image/a black image.
Clipboard permission works again.
Fixed SAS (Ctrl+Alt+Del) which did not work under some conditions on Windows Vista and upwards.
On some Windows 10 systems, AnyDesk did not work when the monitor was rotated. On these systems, AnyDesk should now transmit the monitor content normally.
Fixed two rarely occuring crashes on address book closure.
Disallowed to change the license key if settings are disabled.
Version 3.6.2 Oct. 17, 2017
Trying to add an address from the speed dial to an address book with a license of type free or lite opened a dialog instead of the address book.
Fixed screensaver settings on AnyDesk session termination. This was broken due to a bug in Windows.
Fixed session comment dialog which could appear twice
Fixed strange behaviour of custom version occuring in case a custom MSI version is installed. This broke the clipboard for example.
Made license key removal more explicit and added option ‘Change license key’ to the main menu