AnyDesk mieux que TeamViewer ?

Pour prendre la main à distance sur un poste informatique, téléchargez AnyDesk sur :

Linux 32 bits
Linux 64 bits
Mac OS

Documentation :

Installation sur Kernel 64 bits :
# dpkg -i anydesk-version-amd64.deb
# apt-get install -f   (pour installer les paquets manquants
pjm@Acer-Port-1P:~$ more

MACHINE_TYPE=`uname -m`
if [ ${MACHINE_TYPE} == 'x86_64' ]; then
  echo "ARCH: 64-bit"
  sudo dpkg -i ./anydesk_4.0.0-1_amd64.deb 
  echo "ARCH: 32-bit"
  sudo dpkg -i ./anydesk_4.0.0-1_i386.deb 
  • Envoyer ce fichier en P.J. d’un mail
  • Ouvrir un terminal
  • Le rendre executable  # chmod +x
  • L’éxecuter :   ./  (Téléchargement et installation d’AnyDesk)
  • Il est dosormais au Menu > Internet > AnyDesk

Accessing Other Computers

Access by AnyDesk ID

Enter the AnyDesk ID or number of the desk you wish to access and wait for the remote user to accept your connection request.

Access by IP address or host name
If AnyDesk is installed on both computers, you should be able to connect by entering the other computer’s host name or IP address in the address field. In this case AnyDesk will make a direct TCP connection (without our servers) to the other computer on port 7070.

Unattended Access

If you wish to access a computer without user interaction, install AnyDesk there and set a password.
You can connect to the computer as soon as it is powered on. Connecting to the logon screen is possible.
If you don’t want to re-enter the password every time you connect, use the Connections Without Password feature.

Connections in the Future

Successful connections are saved in the speed dial for convenience so you can connect to the computer again at a later time. The user is identified by its wallpaper. A screenshot is used if no wallpaper ist set.