How do I stop AnyDesk from asking for permission?

If you want to stop AnyDesk from asking for permission, you would essentially be disabling one of its core security features. However, please note that disabling permission prompts can potentially lead to security risks, as it allows unauthorized access to your computer.

If you still wish to proceed and are sure about the risks involved, here’s how you could potentially turn off the permission prompt in AnyDesk:

  1. Open AnyDesk on the host (the computer you want to control remotely).
  2. Click on “Settings” in the main AnyDesk window.
  3. In the left-hand menu, select “Security.”
  4. Look for an option related to “Access Control” or “Permission” settings.
  5. Disable or uncheck any option that asks for confirmation or permission to access the computer.
  6. Save your changes and exit the settings.

Again, I must emphasize that disabling this feature could expose your computer to potential security risks, especially if you’re connected to the internet. It’s generally recommended to keep this permission prompt enabled to ensure that remote access is authorized and secure.

Please note that the user interface and options may have changed in newer versions of AnyDesk.