Oct 08 2021 06:31 AM
Oct 08 2021 06:31 AM
I have a Dell Latitude 5088, in this model I have a version with i5 7600u processor. I created a pendrive with the Windows 11 installer. Clean installation complete with no errors.
But now, when I'm installing the programs, anydesk doesn't connect to the network.
On another laptop I only upgraded from Win 10 to Win 11 and anydesk is perfect.
I need help, because use so much anydesk for working. Thanks.
Nov 10 2021 06:05 PM
Nov 11 2021 02:52 AM
are you using a Windows 11 VM hosted by Hyper-V? If so check if there is a session of anyone connected to the machine using Hyper-V. You should change the session option to basic session instead of enhanced session. This will help you connect with any desk. You have two ways of doing this:
My guess is that Any Desk is trying to use the same connection method as Hyper-V host so two same sessions can't be established at the same time.
Although I have checked that if you DO NOT install Any Desk and you just use the exe, it also works. This might not be your case but it could be helpful for you or others.
Nov 12 2021 06:01 AM
Nov 14 2021 11:58 PM
I understood your problem and I just remembered it happen the same to me once but using a W10. I had several physical machines connected to the same firewall with same W10 version installed in all of them but for some reason in one of the machines anydesk wouldn't connect to the network. I didn't manage to fix that because I didn't really need it.
But I might have some thoughts about the trouble, if you ensure your network works properly (as you mentioned W10 machine works, I assume your network is fine too), then you should check that Windows Defender Firewall has the following entry rules:
Also, for testing proposal you could unable the Windows Firewall temporarily. And if you need to take just the ports that Any Desk uses, these ports are stated in their FAQ - AnyDesk Help Center:
"To connect to the AnyDesk network port 80, 443 or 6568 is used. For standard listening port direct line connection is 7070 (TCP)."
It might not solve your problem, but this should be a thing to check. Also check if your W11 machine network is in public or private. Good luck and update me if you manage to solve the problem.
Nov 16 2021 06:07 PM