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AnyDesk 2.2.2

AnyDesk is the world's fastest and most comfortable remote desktop application. Access all your programs, documents and files from anywhere, without having to entrust your data to a cloud service. AnyDesk is free for private use.

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History updates (Complete changelogs since the listing on this site)

2.2.2 [03-25-16]

23.03.2016 - 2.2.2
------------------

New Features
- Improved the request elevation feature. It is now possible to transmit credentials
for an admin user in case the remote user has limited user rights and does not now
the admin credentials.
Furthermore, the feature now supports switching the user (fast user switch) after
elevation has been successfull.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug in the automatic remote keyboard layout detection.
- Fixed a rare bug which could lead to AnyDesk being unable to reconnect after a while.
- Improved the clipboard mechanism. This should solve problems with the clipboard.

03.03.2016 - 2.2.1
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a deadlock which could occur when the backend started. This could lead to
being unable to connect to a machine ("Waiting for connection") until the machine
was restarted.
- Fixed a bug where mouse input was falsely denied for certain areas of the screen.

25.02.2016 - 2.2.0
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which occured when the monitor was switched several times in Win 8/10.
- Fixed a bug which could cause AnyDesk to transmit inefficiently (low fps) when the
remote machine was running Windows 8.1 or Windows 10. This also could lead to
a slowdown of the target machine.
- The remote cursor was not rendered correctly when the Direct Draw render mode was
selected. The Direct Draw renderer now draws the remote cursor as intended.
- A black image was shown instead of the remote screen in certain cases when "Use fast
render method" was selected in the view options. The image is rendered normally now
if this mode is selected.
- If a 16 bpp mode is selected, the Direct Draw renderer now tests if a 32 bpp mode is
supported before falling back to the gdi renderer when the lower mode is not supported
by the hardware. The d3d renderer now supports 16 bpp colour depth as well and uses
the same fallback mechanism.
- In some cases, AnyDesk did not transmit any image (black image) when the screen was
rotated in Windows 7 with Aero enabled.
- The base64 password feature for anydesk: links did not work with all configurations.
Fixed.
- The forbidden cursor is displayed correctly again.
- The grey tray icon indicating that the AnyDesk service is not running is displayed
correctly again.
- Under certain conditions, connections to a machine failed with "desk_rt_ipc_error".
This occured when AnyDesk was not installed. Added a workaround for these machines.
- AnyDesk now uses the monitor which is currently displaying the AnyDesk window when
going to fullscreen mode.
- AnyDesk is now scaled correctly with high dpi settings.
- AnyDesk now correctly terminates the session when it is stopped during fullscreen mode.

New Features
- AnyDesk now supports keyboard translation. If your keyboard layout is different from
the keyboard layout of the remote user, AnyDesk can translate the keys. This enables
you to type special characters on your keyboard regardless if the remote keyboard
supports them. You can disable this feature in the main menu in case you want raw key
to be transmitted. This is useful for example for playing games which depend on the
hardware key code.
- Select "Auto-Adjust resolution" from the main menu during a session in order to change
the remote screen resolution to fit the dimensions of your local AnyDesk window. You
can use this feature as often as needed, for example after you maximized the AnyDesk
window. After the session ends, the remote resolution is restored to the original mode.
- Added privacy tab to user settings. You can now decide what to broadcast, your windows
user name or a custom one, your windows account image, a custom one or none.


21.10.2015 - 2.1.1
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug where it was not possible to move the mouse in remote desktop protocol sessions.
- The state of scroll lock, caps lock and num lock gets now restored when the last session
ends.
- Performance optimization for the d3d renderer in original view mode.
- Improved menu bar in fullscreen mode of the ddraw renderer (used in windows xp). The menu
bar disappeared in certain cases. It stays always on top now and is automatically hidden
after two seconds. Put the mouse cursor on the screen edge to display it again.
- AnyDesk would not start if there was a misconfiguration with the user app data folder.
Instead, an error message box was displayed. AnyDesk uses the local app data folder as
a fallback now.
- Terminating AnyDesk now requires admin privileges.

New Features
- Zoom text size in chat with mouse wheel and +/-

18.09.2015 - 2.1.0
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- The user picture is now correctly loaded in Windows 8 and 10.
- Improved behaviour of AnyDesk when Windows enters/leaves hybernate and suspend power modes.

New Features
- New feature "request elevation". This feature can be used to obtain the rights required to
control all programs while a session is running by asking the remote user.

21.08.2015 - 2.0.1
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In some cases, unicode text was not correctly transmitted over the clipboard. This lead
to the text being put on the clipboard as "???????". AnyDesk now always sends unicode text,
if available.
- Under certain conditions, the clipboard synchronization stayed engaged if it was disabled
in the settings tab or the accept window.
- Fixed the remote mouse cursor position in original view mode.

New Features
- New performance option for rendering ("Use fast render method"). Set the checkbox as follows:
Checked: Always uses 16 bits per pixel for uploading (decreases required memory bandwidth).
Use this setting to speed up rendering on slow machines.
Indeterminate (default behaviour): Use the 16 bit render mode on single processor systems.
Unchecked: Never use 16 bits per pixel mode. Uncheck if you have a single processor machine
but the image quality is too low.
- Added translation to Korean.
- Added "Waiting for first frame" dialog which is displayed as soon as the network connection
is established.
- Added a new command line option --get-status to get the connection status and improved the
behaviour on errors of the command line interface.
- The tray icon now displays information about session count and service status.

01.07.2015 - 2.0.0
------------------

AnyDesk is now officially out of beta.

New Features
- Windows 10 compatibility

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash at session start if the clipboard permissions were changed before session start.
- Fixed a crash at session start which could occur with some unicode user names when mouse input
was forbidden.
- The clipboard did not work when connecting to the Logon screen and logging in a new user.
- Sometimes the forbidden cursor was displayed during the whole session when connecting into
a Windows session which was created via RDP. This should not happen any more.
- Some settings from the security tab were not correctly applied. All default user permissions
from the security tab are now applied for sessions.
- If the alias is too long for display, a smaller font is used.
- Fixed a rare crash when the mouse cursor had an invalid pixel format.
- The "Show remote cursor" feature displayed the mouse cursor in an incorrect position for all
monitors except the first monitor. The cursor is displayed now correctly.
- Updated translations

AnyDesk Beta
============

01.06.2015 - Beta 1.4.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which lead to "Connection established" being displayed forever and no image being shown
when connecting to Windows 7 machines. This bug only occured when the pc was not restarted for
at least 24 days.
- Fixed a bug which could lead to a second zone security warning when AnyDesk was started as admin.
AnyDesk did not work in this case until the second zone dialog was accepted.
- When starting the portable version as admin and pressing "+", a cycle could be created which
lead to a crash.

22.05.2015 - Beta 1.4.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented a feature for switching sides during an ongoing screen sharing session.
- When the remote session changes (for example with fast user switching), AnyDesk
automatically
restores the connection.
- When connecting using the command line, you can specify a password now using the stdin pipe.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which could cause a client to appear online some time directly after shutting
down a workstation. Shutdown events now terminate the connection immediately.
- Overall stability improvements.

27.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.2
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug with the user permissions which could lead to the user being unable to control the remote
machine or use sound/clipboard.

24.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In rare cases, the mouse position was transmitted with an offset. The mouse position should now always
be correct.
- In certain cases, the text mouse cursor could appear invisible over black background. The mouse cursor
is rendered correctly now, with inverted colours.
- Controlling AnyDesk's accept window through AnyDesk is not possible anymore.
- Pressing the install button twice could lead to the installation process failing. Fixed.

New Features
- AnyDesk is now dpi aware.
- Implemented an arrow which is drawn at the remote users mouse position if input is disabled. If clicked,
a beacon is shown. This feature can be used to point the user to something without directly interacting
during remote support or presentations.

08.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.0
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the network code. This adds to the overall performance and fixes some random connection
freezes which occured in rare cases.
- Windows 8: When no mouse was attached to the machine being controlled, the mouse cursor was
missing. Provided a workaround which enables the mouse cursor during the AnyDesk session.
- Fixed a bug in the d3d renderer on multi monitor systems which caused the display to turn grey
when the AnyDesk window reached a certain size.
- If the user changed the permissions (e.g. audio allowed) before the session started, the
state was invalid which caused all permissions to be in the state disallowed.
Permissions can be changed before the session starts now.
- The forbidden cursor is now shown correctly if this feature is disabled using the permission
settings.
- Ongoing file transfers are canceled now when the session is terminated.
Improved efficiency of file transfer.
- Fixed a bug which caused copying files over the clipboard not to function correctly.
- Fixed a crash which could occur when terminating the frontend.
- Improved the switch to fullscreen mode for the d3d renderer.

New Features
- Implemented original view mode.
- Added a retry button in the client offline dialog.
- Added Open GL render mode from the linux port. Please check if this speeds up display or serves
as a workaround for d3d render bugs.
- The accept window is now minimized when the user accepts a connection request manually.

10.02.2015 - Beta 1.2.3
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug that caused the mouse cursor to disappear.
- Fixed the SSL configuration so that fewer SSL ciphers are accepted.

26.01.2015 - Beta 1.2.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Added interactive access modes. AnyDesk can now be configured to accept no connection requests.
- Improved mouse behaviour when the cursor leaves the AnyDesk window while a mouse key is pressed.
- If the remote desktop becomes inaccessible due to insufficient rights, a message is displayed.
- Using the mirror driver can now be forced for non-server-systems which are too slow without mirror
driver.
- It is now possible to add firewall exceptions for AnyDesk by using the hostname "relay-*.anydesk.com".

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed IPC error in the portable version when the path of the executable contains unicode characters.
- Fixed crash when double-clicking on a tab in the options dialog.
- The portable version now automatically is able to control system processes when started on systems
with UAC disabled.
- Improved process startup handling to prevent IPC errors.
- Connections to AnyDesk could result in desk_rt_ipc_error when AnyDesk was started from a network drive.
- On some systems with unusual system path configuration AnyDesk did not start at all. Fixed.
- In some circumstances AnyDesk did not quit correctly while the renderer was busy.
- Fixed graphics glitches which occured when coming from a secure desktop with access denied.
- Sometimes, switching the monitor could cause graphics problems.

22.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.1
-----------------------

New Features
- Added an option to show the AnyDesk number instead of the Alias in the connection tab.
- New option to hide the own task bar when AnyDesk is maximized. This saves additional screen space.
- Registering a licence is now possible from the command line (e.g. from scripts).
- AnyDesk now sets its exit code. This is useful for diagnosing errors in scripts.

Fixed Bugs
- The installation and the update process should be more reliable now. In some cases, AnyDesk
could not be deinstalled or updated because a hanging process could not be terminated. This
would lead to not being able to connect to the machine any more after attempting to update.
- AnyDesk can now be installed if windows is running in safe mode.
- Fixed handling of service misconfigurations so the user gets a more helpful error message.
- Improved stability when clicking on the speed dial while a server connection is in progress.
- Fixed a painting glitch in the title bar.

18.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Chatting is now possible before authentication.
- Implemented session tab menu.
- Implemented an url handler for AnyDesk (anydesk:machine@ad).
- The names in the speed dial can be changed now.
- Improved the password strength calculation.
- Added license registration dialog.

Fixed Bugs
- Filetransfer does not block the image data any more (AnyDesk remains usable while a file is copied).
- Shutdown abort now works also on Windows XP.
- Improved stability when session is closed and when switching to fullscreen.
- Under certain conditions, the mouse cursor was hidden after session start. Fixed.
- Fixed a bug which caused a wrong icon to be used for AnyDesk.

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

Other versions : 2.2.1 2.2.0 2.1.2 2.1.1 2.1.0 2.0.1 2.0.0 1.4.1 1.4.0 1.3.2 1.3.1 1.3.0 1.2.3 1.2.2 1.2.1 1.2.0 1.1.7 1.1.6 1.1.5 1.1.0

v2.2.1 [03-04-16]

03.03.2016 - 2.2.1
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a deadlock which could occur when the backend started. This could lead to
being unable to connect to a machine ("Waiting for connection") until the machine
was restarted.
- Fixed a bug where mouse input was falsely denied for certain areas of the screen.

25.02.2016 - 2.2.0
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which occured when the monitor was switched several times in Win 8/10.
- Fixed a bug which could cause AnyDesk to transmit inefficiently (low fps) when the
remote machine was running Windows 8.1 or Windows 10. This also could lead to
a slowdown of the target machine.
- The remote cursor was not rendered correctly when the Direct Draw render mode was
selected. The Direct Draw renderer now draws the remote cursor as intended.
- A black image was shown instead of the remote screen in certain cases when "Use fast
render method" was selected in the view options. The image is rendered normally now
if this mode is selected.
- If a 16 bpp mode is selected, the Direct Draw renderer now tests if a 32 bpp mode is
supported before falling back to the gdi renderer when the lower mode is not supported
by the hardware. The d3d renderer now supports 16 bpp colour depth as well and uses
the same fallback mechanism.
- In some cases, AnyDesk did not transmit any image (black image) when the screen was
rotated in Windows 7 with Aero enabled.
- The base64 password feature for anydesk: links did not work with all configurations.
Fixed.
- The forbidden cursor is displayed correctly again.
- The grey tray icon indicating that the AnyDesk service is not running is displayed
correctly again.
- Under certain conditions, connections to a machine failed with "desk_rt_ipc_error".
This occured when AnyDesk was not installed. Added a workaround for these machines.
- AnyDesk now uses the monitor which is currently displaying the AnyDesk window when
going to fullscreen mode.
- AnyDesk is now scaled correctly with high dpi settings.
- AnyDesk now correctly terminates the session when it is stopped during fullscreen mode.

New Features
- AnyDesk now supports keyboard translation. If your keyboard layout is different from
the keyboard layout of the remote user, AnyDesk can translate the keys. This enables
you to type special characters on your keyboard regardless if the remote keyboard
supports them. You can disable this feature in the main menu in case you want raw key
to be transmitted. This is useful for example for playing games which depend on the
hardware key code.
- Select "Auto-Adjust resolution" from the main menu during a session in order to change
the remote screen resolution to fit the dimensions of your local AnyDesk window. You
can use this feature as often as needed, for example after you maximized the AnyDesk
window. After the session ends, the remote resolution is restored to the original mode.
- Added privacy tab to user settings. You can now decide what to broadcast, your windows
user name or a custom one, your windows account image, a custom one or none.


21.10.2015 - 2.1.1
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug where it was not possible to move the mouse in remote desktop protocol sessions.
- The state of scroll lock, caps lock and num lock gets now restored when the last session
ends.
- Performance optimization for the d3d renderer in original view mode.
- Improved menu bar in fullscreen mode of the ddraw renderer (used in windows xp). The menu
bar disappeared in certain cases. It stays always on top now and is automatically hidden
after two seconds. Put the mouse cursor on the screen edge to display it again.
- AnyDesk would not start if there was a misconfiguration with the user app data folder.
Instead, an error message box was displayed. AnyDesk uses the local app data folder as
a fallback now.
- Terminating AnyDesk now requires admin privileges.

New Features
- Zoom text size in chat with mouse wheel and +/-

18.09.2015 - 2.1.0
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- The user picture is now correctly loaded in Windows 8 and 10.
- Improved behaviour of AnyDesk when Windows enters/leaves hybernate and suspend power modes.

New Features
- New feature "request elevation". This feature can be used to obtain the rights required to
control all programs while a session is running by asking the remote user.

21.08.2015 - 2.0.1
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In some cases, unicode text was not correctly transmitted over the clipboard. This lead
to the text being put on the clipboard as "???????". AnyDesk now always sends unicode text,
if available.
- Under certain conditions, the clipboard synchronization stayed engaged if it was disabled
in the settings tab or the accept window.
- Fixed the remote mouse cursor position in original view mode.

New Features
- New performance option for rendering ("Use fast render method"). Set the checkbox as follows:
Checked: Always uses 16 bits per pixel for uploading (decreases required memory bandwidth).
Use this setting to speed up rendering on slow machines.
Indeterminate (default behaviour): Use the 16 bit render mode on single processor systems.
Unchecked: Never use 16 bits per pixel mode. Uncheck if you have a single processor machine
but the image quality is too low.
- Added translation to Korean.
- Added "Waiting for first frame" dialog which is displayed as soon as the network connection
is established.
- Added a new command line option --get-status to get the connection status and improved the
behaviour on errors of the command line interface.
- The tray icon now displays information about session count and service status.

01.07.2015 - 2.0.0
------------------

AnyDesk is now officially out of beta.

New Features
- Windows 10 compatibility

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash at session start if the clipboard permissions were changed before session start.
- Fixed a crash at session start which could occur with some unicode user names when mouse input
was forbidden.
- The clipboard did not work when connecting to the Logon screen and logging in a new user.
- Sometimes the forbidden cursor was displayed during the whole session when connecting into
a Windows session which was created via RDP. This should not happen any more.
- Some settings from the security tab were not correctly applied. All default user permissions
from the security tab are now applied for sessions.
- If the alias is too long for display, a smaller font is used.
- Fixed a rare crash when the mouse cursor had an invalid pixel format.
- The "Show remote cursor" feature displayed the mouse cursor in an incorrect position for all
monitors except the first monitor. The cursor is displayed now correctly.
- Updated translations

AnyDesk Beta
============

01.06.2015 - Beta 1.4.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which lead to "Connection established" being displayed forever and no image being shown
when connecting to Windows 7 machines. This bug only occured when the pc was not restarted for
at least 24 days.
- Fixed a bug which could lead to a second zone security warning when AnyDesk was started as admin.
AnyDesk did not work in this case until the second zone dialog was accepted.
- When starting the portable version as admin and pressing "+", a cycle could be created which
lead to a crash.

22.05.2015 - Beta 1.4.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented a feature for switching sides during an ongoing screen sharing session.
- When the remote session changes (for example with fast user switching), AnyDesk
automatically
restores the connection.
- When connecting using the command line, you can specify a password now using the stdin pipe.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which could cause a client to appear online some time directly after shutting
down a workstation. Shutdown events now terminate the connection immediately.
- Overall stability improvements.

27.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.2
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug with the user permissions which could lead to the user being unable to control the remote
machine or use sound/clipboard.

24.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In rare cases, the mouse position was transmitted with an offset. The mouse position should now always
be correct.
- In certain cases, the text mouse cursor could appear invisible over black background. The mouse cursor
is rendered correctly now, with inverted colours.
- Controlling AnyDesk's accept window through AnyDesk is not possible anymore.
- Pressing the install button twice could lead to the installation process failing. Fixed.

New Features
- AnyDesk is now dpi aware.
- Implemented an arrow which is drawn at the remote users mouse position if input is disabled. If clicked,
a beacon is shown. This feature can be used to point the user to something without directly interacting
during remote support or presentations.

08.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.0
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the network code. This adds to the overall performance and fixes some random connection
freezes which occured in rare cases.
- Windows 8: When no mouse was attached to the machine being controlled, the mouse cursor was
missing. Provided a workaround which enables the mouse cursor during the AnyDesk session.
- Fixed a bug in the d3d renderer on multi monitor systems which caused the display to turn grey
when the AnyDesk window reached a certain size.
- If the user changed the permissions (e.g. audio allowed) before the session started, the
state was invalid which caused all permissions to be in the state disallowed.
Permissions can be changed before the session starts now.
- The forbidden cursor is now shown correctly if this feature is disabled using the permission
settings.
- Ongoing file transfers are canceled now when the session is terminated.
Improved efficiency of file transfer.
- Fixed a bug which caused copying files over the clipboard not to function correctly.
- Fixed a crash which could occur when terminating the frontend.
- Improved the switch to fullscreen mode for the d3d renderer.

New Features
- Implemented original view mode.
- Added a retry button in the client offline dialog.
- Added Open GL render mode from the linux port. Please check if this speeds up display or serves
as a workaround for d3d render bugs.
- The accept window is now minimized when the user accepts a connection request manually.

10.02.2015 - Beta 1.2.3
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug that caused the mouse cursor to disappear.
- Fixed the SSL configuration so that fewer SSL ciphers are accepted.

26.01.2015 - Beta 1.2.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Added interactive access modes. AnyDesk can now be configured to accept no connection requests.
- Improved mouse behaviour when the cursor leaves the AnyDesk window while a mouse key is pressed.
- If the remote desktop becomes inaccessible due to insufficient rights, a message is displayed.
- Using the mirror driver can now be forced for non-server-systems which are too slow without mirror
driver.
- It is now possible to add firewall exceptions for AnyDesk by using the hostname "relay-*.anydesk.com".

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed IPC error in the portable version when the path of the executable contains unicode characters.
- Fixed crash when double-clicking on a tab in the options dialog.
- The portable version now automatically is able to control system processes when started on systems
with UAC disabled.
- Improved process startup handling to prevent IPC errors.
- Connections to AnyDesk could result in desk_rt_ipc_error when AnyDesk was started from a network drive.
- On some systems with unusual system path configuration AnyDesk did not start at all. Fixed.
- In some circumstances AnyDesk did not quit correctly while the renderer was busy.
- Fixed graphics glitches which occured when coming from a secure desktop with access denied.
- Sometimes, switching the monitor could cause graphics problems.

22.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.1
-----------------------

New Features
- Added an option to show the AnyDesk number instead of the Alias in the connection tab.
- New option to hide the own task bar when AnyDesk is maximized. This saves additional screen space.
- Registering a licence is now possible from the command line (e.g. from scripts).
- AnyDesk now sets its exit code. This is useful for diagnosing errors in scripts.

Fixed Bugs
- The installation and the update process should be more reliable now. In some cases, AnyDesk
could not be deinstalled or updated because a hanging process could not be terminated. This
would lead to not being able to connect to the machine any more after attempting to update.
- AnyDesk can now be installed if windows is running in safe mode.
- Fixed handling of service misconfigurations so the user gets a more helpful error message.
- Improved stability when clicking on the speed dial while a server connection is in progress.
- Fixed a painting glitch in the title bar.

18.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Chatting is now possible before authentication.
- Implemented session tab menu.
- Implemented an url handler for AnyDesk (anydesk:machine@ad).
- The names in the speed dial can be changed now.
- Improved the password strength calculation.
- Added license registration dialog.

Fixed Bugs
- Filetransfer does not block the image data any more (AnyDesk remains usable while a file is copied).
- Shutdown abort now works also on Windows XP.
- Improved stability when session is closed and when switching to fullscreen.
- Under certain conditions, the mouse cursor was hidden after session start. Fixed.
- Fixed a bug which caused a wrong icon to be used for AnyDesk.

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v2.2.0 [02-26-16]

25.02.2016 - 2.2.0
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which occured when the monitor was switched several times in Win 8/10.
- Fixed a bug which could cause AnyDesk to transmit inefficiently (low fps) when the
remote machine was running Windows 8.1 or Windows 10. This also could lead to
a slowdown of the target machine.
- The remote cursor was not rendered correctly when the Direct Draw render mode was
selected. The Direct Draw renderer now draws the remote cursor as intended.
- A black image was shown instead of the remote screen in certain cases when "Use fast
render method" was selected in the view options. The image is rendered normally now
if this mode is selected.
- If a 16 bpp mode is selected, the Direct Draw renderer now tests if a 32 bpp mode is
supported before falling back to the gdi renderer when the lower mode is not supported
by the hardware. The d3d renderer now supports 16 bpp colour depth as well and uses
the same fallback mechanism.
- In some cases, AnyDesk did not transmit any image (black image) when the screen was
rotated in Windows 7 with Aero enabled.
- The base64 password feature for anydesk: links did not work with all configurations.
Fixed.
- The forbidden cursor is displayed correctly again.
- The grey tray icon indicating that the AnyDesk service is not running is displayed
correctly again.
- Under certain conditions, connections to a machine failed with "desk_rt_ipc_error".
This occured when AnyDesk was not installed. Added a workaround for these machines.
- AnyDesk now uses the monitor which is currently displaying the AnyDesk window when
going to fullscreen mode.
- AnyDesk is now scaled correctly with high dpi settings.
- AnyDesk now correctly terminates the session when it is stopped during fullscreen mode.

New Features
- AnyDesk now supports keyboard translation. If your keyboard layout is different from
the keyboard layout of the remote user, AnyDesk can translate the keys. This enables
you to type special characters on your keyboard regardless if the remote keyboard
supports them. You can disable this feature in the main menu in case you want raw key
to be transmitted. This is useful for example for playing games which depend on the
hardware key code.
- Select "Auto-Adjust resolution" from the main menu during a session in order to change
the remote screen resolution to fit the dimensions of your local AnyDesk window. You
can use this feature as often as needed, for example after you maximized the AnyDesk
window. After the session ends, the remote resolution is restored to the original mode.
- Added privacy tab to user settings. You can now decide what to broadcast, your windows
user name or a custom one, your windows account image, a custom one or none.


21.10.2015 - 2.1.1
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug where it was not possible to move the mouse in remote desktop protocol sessions.
- The state of scroll lock, caps lock and num lock gets now restored when the last session
ends.
- Performance optimization for the d3d renderer in original view mode.
- Improved menu bar in fullscreen mode of the ddraw renderer (used in windows xp). The menu
bar disappeared in certain cases. It stays always on top now and is automatically hidden
after two seconds. Put the mouse cursor on the screen edge to display it again.
- AnyDesk would not start if there was a misconfiguration with the user app data folder.
Instead, an error message box was displayed. AnyDesk uses the local app data folder as
a fallback now.
- Terminating AnyDesk now requires admin privileges.

New Features
- Zoom text size in chat with mouse wheel and +/-

18.09.2015 - 2.1.0
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- The user picture is now correctly loaded in Windows 8 and 10.
- Improved behaviour of AnyDesk when Windows enters/leaves hybernate and suspend power modes.

New Features
- New feature "request elevation". This feature can be used to obtain the rights required to
control all programs while a session is running by asking the remote user.

21.08.2015 - 2.0.1
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In some cases, unicode text was not correctly transmitted over the clipboard. This lead
to the text being put on the clipboard as "???????". AnyDesk now always sends unicode text,
if available.
- Under certain conditions, the clipboard synchronization stayed engaged if it was disabled
in the settings tab or the accept window.
- Fixed the remote mouse cursor position in original view mode.

New Features
- New performance option for rendering ("Use fast render method"). Set the checkbox as follows:
Checked: Always uses 16 bits per pixel for uploading (decreases required memory bandwidth).
Use this setting to speed up rendering on slow machines.
Indeterminate (default behaviour): Use the 16 bit render mode on single processor systems.
Unchecked: Never use 16 bits per pixel mode. Uncheck if you have a single processor machine
but the image quality is too low.
- Added translation to Korean.
- Added "Waiting for first frame" dialog which is displayed as soon as the network connection
is established.
- Added a new command line option --get-status to get the connection status and improved the
behaviour on errors of the command line interface.
- The tray icon now displays information about session count and service status.

01.07.2015 - 2.0.0
------------------

AnyDesk is now officially out of beta.

New Features
- Windows 10 compatibility

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash at session start if the clipboard permissions were changed before session start.
- Fixed a crash at session start which could occur with some unicode user names when mouse input
was forbidden.
- The clipboard did not work when connecting to the Logon screen and logging in a new user.
- Sometimes the forbidden cursor was displayed during the whole session when connecting into
a Windows session which was created via RDP. This should not happen any more.
- Some settings from the security tab were not correctly applied. All default user permissions
from the security tab are now applied for sessions.
- If the alias is too long for display, a smaller font is used.
- Fixed a rare crash when the mouse cursor had an invalid pixel format.
- The "Show remote cursor" feature displayed the mouse cursor in an incorrect position for all
monitors except the first monitor. The cursor is displayed now correctly.
- Updated translations

AnyDesk Beta
============

01.06.2015 - Beta 1.4.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which lead to "Connection established" being displayed forever and no image being shown
when connecting to Windows 7 machines. This bug only occured when the pc was not restarted for
at least 24 days.
- Fixed a bug which could lead to a second zone security warning when AnyDesk was started as admin.
AnyDesk did not work in this case until the second zone dialog was accepted.
- When starting the portable version as admin and pressing "+", a cycle could be created which
lead to a crash.

22.05.2015 - Beta 1.4.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented a feature for switching sides during an ongoing screen sharing session.
- When the remote session changes (for example with fast user switching), AnyDesk
automatically
restores the connection.
- When connecting using the command line, you can specify a password now using the stdin pipe.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which could cause a client to appear online some time directly after shutting
down a workstation. Shutdown events now terminate the connection immediately.
- Overall stability improvements.

27.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.2
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug with the user permissions which could lead to the user being unable to control the remote
machine or use sound/clipboard.

24.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In rare cases, the mouse position was transmitted with an offset. The mouse position should now always
be correct.
- In certain cases, the text mouse cursor could appear invisible over black background. The mouse cursor
is rendered correctly now, with inverted colours.
- Controlling AnyDesk's accept window through AnyDesk is not possible anymore.
- Pressing the install button twice could lead to the installation process failing. Fixed.

New Features
- AnyDesk is now dpi aware.
- Implemented an arrow which is drawn at the remote users mouse position if input is disabled. If clicked,
a beacon is shown. This feature can be used to point the user to something without directly interacting
during remote support or presentations.

08.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.0
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the network code. This adds to the overall performance and fixes some random connection
freezes which occured in rare cases.
- Windows 8: When no mouse was attached to the machine being controlled, the mouse cursor was
missing. Provided a workaround which enables the mouse cursor during the AnyDesk session.
- Fixed a bug in the d3d renderer on multi monitor systems which caused the display to turn grey
when the AnyDesk window reached a certain size.
- If the user changed the permissions (e.g. audio allowed) before the session started, the
state was invalid which caused all permissions to be in the state disallowed.
Permissions can be changed before the session starts now.
- The forbidden cursor is now shown correctly if this feature is disabled using the permission
settings.
- Ongoing file transfers are canceled now when the session is terminated.
Improved efficiency of file transfer.
- Fixed a bug which caused copying files over the clipboard not to function correctly.
- Fixed a crash which could occur when terminating the frontend.
- Improved the switch to fullscreen mode for the d3d renderer.

New Features
- Implemented original view mode.
- Added a retry button in the client offline dialog.
- Added Open GL render mode from the linux port. Please check if this speeds up display or serves
as a workaround for d3d render bugs.
- The accept window is now minimized when the user accepts a connection request manually.

10.02.2015 - Beta 1.2.3
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug that caused the mouse cursor to disappear.
- Fixed the SSL configuration so that fewer SSL ciphers are accepted.

26.01.2015 - Beta 1.2.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Added interactive access modes. AnyDesk can now be configured to accept no connection requests.
- Improved mouse behaviour when the cursor leaves the AnyDesk window while a mouse key is pressed.
- If the remote desktop becomes inaccessible due to insufficient rights, a message is displayed.
- Using the mirror driver can now be forced for non-server-systems which are too slow without mirror
driver.
- It is now possible to add firewall exceptions for AnyDesk by using the hostname "relay-*.anydesk.com".

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed IPC error in the portable version when the path of the executable contains unicode characters.
- Fixed crash when double-clicking on a tab in the options dialog.
- The portable version now automatically is able to control system processes when started on systems
with UAC disabled.
- Improved process startup handling to prevent IPC errors.
- Connections to AnyDesk could result in desk_rt_ipc_error when AnyDesk was started from a network drive.
- On some systems with unusual system path configuration AnyDesk did not start at all. Fixed.
- In some circumstances AnyDesk did not quit correctly while the renderer was busy.
- Fixed graphics glitches which occured when coming from a secure desktop with access denied.
- Sometimes, switching the monitor could cause graphics problems.

22.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.1
-----------------------

New Features
- Added an option to show the AnyDesk number instead of the Alias in the connection tab.
- New option to hide the own task bar when AnyDesk is maximized. This saves additional screen space.
- Registering a licence is now possible from the command line (e.g. from scripts).
- AnyDesk now sets its exit code. This is useful for diagnosing errors in scripts.

Fixed Bugs
- The installation and the update process should be more reliable now. In some cases, AnyDesk
could not be deinstalled or updated because a hanging process could not be terminated. This
would lead to not being able to connect to the machine any more after attempting to update.
- AnyDesk can now be installed if windows is running in safe mode.
- Fixed handling of service misconfigurations so the user gets a more helpful error message.
- Improved stability when clicking on the speed dial while a server connection is in progress.
- Fixed a painting glitch in the title bar.

18.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Chatting is now possible before authentication.
- Implemented session tab menu.
- Implemented an url handler for AnyDesk (anydesk:machine@ad).
- The names in the speed dial can be changed now.
- Improved the password strength calculation.
- Added license registration dialog.

Fixed Bugs
- Filetransfer does not block the image data any more (AnyDesk remains usable while a file is copied).
- Shutdown abort now works also on Windows XP.
- Improved stability when session is closed and when switching to fullscreen.
- Under certain conditions, the mouse cursor was hidden after session start. Fixed.
- Fixed a bug which caused a wrong icon to be used for AnyDesk.

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v2.1.2 [12-19-15]

17.12.2015 - 2.1.2
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Proxy connections did not succeed when there was no password for the proxy. Fixed.
- Fixed another bug which could cause the proxy connection to fail.
- Fixed a crash which occured when using the mouse wheel on certain dialogs.
- Fixed the original view mode when the open gl renderer was selected.
- Fixed a bug where the monitor could not be switched in fullscreen mode.

New Features
- After a change of access direction, the direction can now be switched back from the
accept window.
- anydesk: links now support passwords. To pass a password for a connection, use the
following scheme: "anydesk:address@ad:cGFzc3dvcmQ=". The password has to be in base64
encoding.
- new parameter --auto-close: This indicates to AnyDesk that it should auto-quit the
frontend window when there are no more sessions.
- new config option for customized AnyDesk: It is now possible to disable the different
tabs in the settings dialog using the client generator of the web console.

21.10.2015 - 2.1.1
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug where it was not possible to move the mouse in remote desktop protocol sessions.
- The state of scroll lock, caps lock and num lock gets now restored when the last session
ends.
- Performance optimization for the d3d renderer in original view mode.
- Improved menu bar in fullscreen mode of the ddraw renderer (used in windows xp). The menu
bar disappeared in certain cases. It stays always on top now and is automatically hidden
after two seconds. Put the mouse cursor on the screen edge to display it again.
- AnyDesk would not start if there was a misconfiguration with the user app data folder.
Instead, an error message box was displayed. AnyDesk uses the local app data folder as
a fallback now.
- Terminating AnyDesk now requires admin privileges.

New Features
- Zoom text size in chat with mouse wheel and +/-

18.09.2015 - 2.1.0
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- The user picture is now correctly loaded in Windows 8 and 10.
- Improved behaviour of AnyDesk when Windows enters/leaves hybernate and suspend power modes.

New Features
- New feature "request elevation". This feature can be used to obtain the rights required to
control all programs while a session is running by asking the remote user.

21.08.2015 - 2.0.1
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In some cases, unicode text was not correctly transmitted over the clipboard. This lead
to the text being put on the clipboard as "???????". AnyDesk now always sends unicode text,
if available.
- Under certain conditions, the clipboard synchronization stayed engaged if it was disabled
in the settings tab or the accept window.
- Fixed the remote mouse cursor position in original view mode.

New Features
- New performance option for rendering ("Use fast render method"). Set the checkbox as follows:
Checked: Always uses 16 bits per pixel for uploading (decreases required memory bandwidth).
Use this setting to speed up rendering on slow machines.
Indeterminate (default behaviour): Use the 16 bit render mode on single processor systems.
Unchecked: Never use 16 bits per pixel mode. Uncheck if you have a single processor machine
but the image quality is too low.
- Added translation to Korean.
- Added "Waiting for first frame" dialog which is displayed as soon as the network connection
is established.
- Added a new command line option --get-status to get the connection status and improved the
behaviour on errors of the command line interface.
- The tray icon now displays information about session count and service status.

01.07.2015 - 2.0.0
------------------

AnyDesk is now officially out of beta.

New Features
- Windows 10 compatibility

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash at session start if the clipboard permissions were changed before session start.
- Fixed a crash at session start which could occur with some unicode user names when mouse input
was forbidden.
- The clipboard did not work when connecting to the Logon screen and logging in a new user.
- Sometimes the forbidden cursor was displayed during the whole session when connecting into
a Windows session which was created via RDP. This should not happen any more.
- Some settings from the security tab were not correctly applied. All default user permissions
from the security tab are now applied for sessions.
- If the alias is too long for display, a smaller font is used.
- Fixed a rare crash when the mouse cursor had an invalid pixel format.
- The "Show remote cursor" feature displayed the mouse cursor in an incorrect position for all
monitors except the first monitor. The cursor is displayed now correctly.
- Updated translations

AnyDesk Beta
============

01.06.2015 - Beta 1.4.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which lead to "Connection established" being displayed forever and no image being shown
when connecting to Windows 7 machines. This bug only occured when the pc was not restarted for
at least 24 days.
- Fixed a bug which could lead to a second zone security warning when AnyDesk was started as admin.
AnyDesk did not work in this case until the second zone dialog was accepted.
- When starting the portable version as admin and pressing "+", a cycle could be created which
lead to a crash.

22.05.2015 - Beta 1.4.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented a feature for switching sides during an ongoing screen sharing session.
- When the remote session changes (for example with fast user switching), AnyDesk
automatically
restores the connection.
- When connecting using the command line, you can specify a password now using the stdin pipe.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which could cause a client to appear online some time directly after shutting
down a workstation. Shutdown events now terminate the connection immediately.
- Overall stability improvements.

27.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.2
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug with the user permissions which could lead to the user being unable to control the remote
machine or use sound/clipboard.

24.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In rare cases, the mouse position was transmitted with an offset. The mouse position should now always
be correct.
- In certain cases, the text mouse cursor could appear invisible over black background. The mouse cursor
is rendered correctly now, with inverted colours.
- Controlling AnyDesk's accept window through AnyDesk is not possible anymore.
- Pressing the install button twice could lead to the installation process failing. Fixed.

New Features
- AnyDesk is now dpi aware.
- Implemented an arrow which is drawn at the remote users mouse position if input is disabled. If clicked,
a beacon is shown. This feature can be used to point the user to something without directly interacting
during remote support or presentations.

08.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.0
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the network code. This adds to the overall performance and fixes some random connection
freezes which occured in rare cases.
- Windows 8: When no mouse was attached to the machine being controlled, the mouse cursor was
missing. Provided a workaround which enables the mouse cursor during the AnyDesk session.
- Fixed a bug in the d3d renderer on multi monitor systems which caused the display to turn grey
when the AnyDesk window reached a certain size.
- If the user changed the permissions (e.g. audio allowed) before the session started, the
state was invalid which caused all permissions to be in the state disallowed.
Permissions can be changed before the session starts now.
- The forbidden cursor is now shown correctly if this feature is disabled using the permission
settings.
- Ongoing file transfers are canceled now when the session is terminated.
Improved efficiency of file transfer.
- Fixed a bug which caused copying files over the clipboard not to function correctly.
- Fixed a crash which could occur when terminating the frontend.
- Improved the switch to fullscreen mode for the d3d renderer.

New Features
- Implemented original view mode.
- Added a retry button in the client offline dialog.
- Added Open GL render mode from the linux port. Please check if this speeds up display or serves
as a workaround for d3d render bugs.
- The accept window is now minimized when the user accepts a connection request manually.

10.02.2015 - Beta 1.2.3
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug that caused the mouse cursor to disappear.
- Fixed the SSL configuration so that fewer SSL ciphers are accepted.

26.01.2015 - Beta 1.2.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Added interactive access modes. AnyDesk can now be configured to accept no connection requests.
- Improved mouse behaviour when the cursor leaves the AnyDesk window while a mouse key is pressed.
- If the remote desktop becomes inaccessible due to insufficient rights, a message is displayed.
- Using the mirror driver can now be forced for non-server-systems which are too slow without mirror
driver.
- It is now possible to add firewall exceptions for AnyDesk by using the hostname "relay-*.anydesk.com".

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed IPC error in the portable version when the path of the executable contains unicode characters.
- Fixed crash when double-clicking on a tab in the options dialog.
- The portable version now automatically is able to control system processes when started on systems
with UAC disabled.
- Improved process startup handling to prevent IPC errors.
- Connections to AnyDesk could result in desk_rt_ipc_error when AnyDesk was started from a network drive.
- On some systems with unusual system path configuration AnyDesk did not start at all. Fixed.
- In some circumstances AnyDesk did not quit correctly while the renderer was busy.
- Fixed graphics glitches which occured when coming from a secure desktop with access denied.
- Sometimes, switching the monitor could cause graphics problems.

22.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.1
-----------------------

New Features
- Added an option to show the AnyDesk number instead of the Alias in the connection tab.
- New option to hide the own task bar when AnyDesk is maximized. This saves additional screen space.
- Registering a licence is now possible from the command line (e.g. from scripts).
- AnyDesk now sets its exit code. This is useful for diagnosing errors in scripts.

Fixed Bugs
- The installation and the update process should be more reliable now. In some cases, AnyDesk
could not be deinstalled or updated because a hanging process could not be terminated. This
would lead to not being able to connect to the machine any more after attempting to update.
- AnyDesk can now be installed if windows is running in safe mode.
- Fixed handling of service misconfigurations so the user gets a more helpful error message.
- Improved stability when clicking on the speed dial while a server connection is in progress.
- Fixed a painting glitch in the title bar.

18.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Chatting is now possible before authentication.
- Implemented session tab menu.
- Implemented an url handler for AnyDesk (anydesk:machine@ad).
- The names in the speed dial can be changed now.
- Improved the password strength calculation.
- Added license registration dialog.

Fixed Bugs
- Filetransfer does not block the image data any more (AnyDesk remains usable while a file is copied).
- Shutdown abort now works also on Windows XP.
- Improved stability when session is closed and when switching to fullscreen.
- Under certain conditions, the mouse cursor was hidden after session start. Fixed.
- Fixed a bug which caused a wrong icon to be used for AnyDesk.

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v2.1.1 [10-23-15]

21.10.2015 - 2.1.1
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug where it was not possible to move the mouse in remote desktop protocol sessions.
- The state of scroll lock, caps lock and num lock gets now restored when the last session
ends.
- Performance optimization for the d3d renderer in original view mode.
- Improved menu bar in fullscreen mode of the ddraw renderer (used in windows xp). The menu
bar disappeared in certain cases. It stays always on top now and is automatically hidden
after two seconds. Put the mouse cursor on the screen edge to display it again.
- AnyDesk would not start if there was a misconfiguration with the user app data folder.
Instead, an error message box was displayed. AnyDesk uses the local app data folder as
a fallback now.
- Terminating AnyDesk now requires admin privileges.

New Features
- Zoom text size in chat with mouse wheel and +/-

18.09.2015 - 2.1.0
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- The user picture is now correctly loaded in Windows 8 and 10.
- Improved behaviour of AnyDesk when Windows enters/leaves hybernate and suspend power modes.

New Features
- New feature "request elevation". This feature can be used to obtain the rights required to
control all programs while a session is running by asking the remote user.

21.08.2015 - 2.0.1
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In some cases, unicode text was not correctly transmitted over the clipboard. This lead
to the text being put on the clipboard as "???????". AnyDesk now always sends unicode text,
if available.
- Under certain conditions, the clipboard synchronization stayed engaged if it was disabled
in the settings tab or the accept window.
- Fixed the remote mouse cursor position in original view mode.

New Features
- New performance option for rendering ("Use fast render method"). Set the checkbox as follows:
Checked: Always uses 16 bits per pixel for uploading (decreases required memory bandwidth).
Use this setting to speed up rendering on slow machines.
Indeterminate (default behaviour): Use the 16 bit render mode on single processor systems.
Unchecked: Never use 16 bits per pixel mode. Uncheck if you have a single processor machine
but the image quality is too low.
- Added translation to Korean.
- Added "Waiting for first frame" dialog which is displayed as soon as the network connection
is established.
- Added a new command line option --get-status to get the connection status and improved the
behaviour on errors of the command line interface.
- The tray icon now displays information about session count and service status.

01.07.2015 - 2.0.0
------------------

AnyDesk is now officially out of beta.

New Features
- Windows 10 compatibility

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash at session start if the clipboard permissions were changed before session start.
- Fixed a crash at session start which could occur with some unicode user names when mouse input
was forbidden.
- The clipboard did not work when connecting to the Logon screen and logging in a new user.
- Sometimes the forbidden cursor was displayed during the whole session when connecting into
a Windows session which was created via RDP. This should not happen any more.
- Some settings from the security tab were not correctly applied. All default user permissions
from the security tab are now applied for sessions.
- If the alias is too long for display, a smaller font is used.
- Fixed a rare crash when the mouse cursor had an invalid pixel format.
- The "Show remote cursor" feature displayed the mouse cursor in an incorrect position for all
monitors except the first monitor. The cursor is displayed now correctly.
- Updated translations

AnyDesk Beta
============

01.06.2015 - Beta 1.4.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which lead to "Connection established" being displayed forever and no image being shown
when connecting to Windows 7 machines. This bug only occured when the pc was not restarted for
at least 24 days.
- Fixed a bug which could lead to a second zone security warning when AnyDesk was started as admin.
AnyDesk did not work in this case until the second zone dialog was accepted.
- When starting the portable version as admin and pressing "+", a cycle could be created which
lead to a crash.

22.05.2015 - Beta 1.4.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented a feature for switching sides during an ongoing screen sharing session.
- When the remote session changes (for example with fast user switching), AnyDesk
automatically
restores the connection.
- When connecting using the command line, you can specify a password now using the stdin pipe.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which could cause a client to appear online some time directly after shutting
down a workstation. Shutdown events now terminate the connection immediately.
- Overall stability improvements.

27.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.2
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug with the user permissions which could lead to the user being unable to control the remote
machine or use sound/clipboard.

24.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In rare cases, the mouse position was transmitted with an offset. The mouse position should now always
be correct.
- In certain cases, the text mouse cursor could appear invisible over black background. The mouse cursor
is rendered correctly now, with inverted colours.
- Controlling AnyDesk's accept window through AnyDesk is not possible anymore.
- Pressing the install button twice could lead to the installation process failing. Fixed.

New Features
- AnyDesk is now dpi aware.
- Implemented an arrow which is drawn at the remote users mouse position if input is disabled. If clicked,
a beacon is shown. This feature can be used to point the user to something without directly interacting
during remote support or presentations.

08.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.0
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the network code. This adds to the overall performance and fixes some random connection
freezes which occured in rare cases.
- Windows 8: When no mouse was attached to the machine being controlled, the mouse cursor was
missing. Provided a workaround which enables the mouse cursor during the AnyDesk session.
- Fixed a bug in the d3d renderer on multi monitor systems which caused the display to turn grey
when the AnyDesk window reached a certain size.
- If the user changed the permissions (e.g. audio allowed) before the session started, the
state was invalid which caused all permissions to be in the state disallowed.
Permissions can be changed before the session starts now.
- The forbidden cursor is now shown correctly if this feature is disabled using the permission
settings.
- Ongoing file transfers are canceled now when the session is terminated.
Improved efficiency of file transfer.
- Fixed a bug which caused copying files over the clipboard not to function correctly.
- Fixed a crash which could occur when terminating the frontend.
- Improved the switch to fullscreen mode for the d3d renderer.

New Features
- Implemented original view mode.
- Added a retry button in the client offline dialog.
- Added Open GL render mode from the linux port. Please check if this speeds up display or serves
as a workaround for d3d render bugs.
- The accept window is now minimized when the user accepts a connection request manually.

10.02.2015 - Beta 1.2.3
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug that caused the mouse cursor to disappear.
- Fixed the SSL configuration so that fewer SSL ciphers are accepted.

26.01.2015 - Beta 1.2.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Added interactive access modes. AnyDesk can now be configured to accept no connection requests.
- Improved mouse behaviour when the cursor leaves the AnyDesk window while a mouse key is pressed.
- If the remote desktop becomes inaccessible due to insufficient rights, a message is displayed.
- Using the mirror driver can now be forced for non-server-systems which are too slow without mirror
driver.
- It is now possible to add firewall exceptions for AnyDesk by using the hostname "relay-*.anydesk.com".

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed IPC error in the portable version when the path of the executable contains unicode characters.
- Fixed crash when double-clicking on a tab in the options dialog.
- The portable version now automatically is able to control system processes when started on systems
with UAC disabled.
- Improved process startup handling to prevent IPC errors.
- Connections to AnyDesk could result in desk_rt_ipc_error when AnyDesk was started from a network drive.
- On some systems with unusual system path configuration AnyDesk did not start at all. Fixed.
- In some circumstances AnyDesk did not quit correctly while the renderer was busy.
- Fixed graphics glitches which occured when coming from a secure desktop with access denied.
- Sometimes, switching the monitor could cause graphics problems.

22.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.1
-----------------------

New Features
- Added an option to show the AnyDesk number instead of the Alias in the connection tab.
- New option to hide the own task bar when AnyDesk is maximized. This saves additional screen space.
- Registering a licence is now possible from the command line (e.g. from scripts).
- AnyDesk now sets its exit code. This is useful for diagnosing errors in scripts.

Fixed Bugs
- The installation and the update process should be more reliable now. In some cases, AnyDesk
could not be deinstalled or updated because a hanging process could not be terminated. This
would lead to not being able to connect to the machine any more after attempting to update.
- AnyDesk can now be installed if windows is running in safe mode.
- Fixed handling of service misconfigurations so the user gets a more helpful error message.
- Improved stability when clicking on the speed dial while a server connection is in progress.
- Fixed a painting glitch in the title bar.

18.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Chatting is now possible before authentication.
- Implemented session tab menu.
- Implemented an url handler for AnyDesk (anydesk:machine@ad).
- The names in the speed dial can be changed now.
- Improved the password strength calculation.
- Added license registration dialog.

Fixed Bugs
- Filetransfer does not block the image data any more (AnyDesk remains usable while a file is copied).
- Shutdown abort now works also on Windows XP.
- Improved stability when session is closed and when switching to fullscreen.
- Under certain conditions, the mouse cursor was hidden after session start. Fixed.
- Fixed a bug which caused a wrong icon to be used for AnyDesk.

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v2.1.0 [09-19-15]

18.09.2015 - 2.1.0
-----------------

Fixed Bugs
- The user picture is now correctly loaded in Windows 8 and 10.
- Improved behaviour of AnyDesk when Windows enters/leaves hybernate and suspend power modes.

New Features
- New feature "request elevation". This feature can be used to obtain the rights required to
control all programs while a session is running by asking the remote user.

21.08.2015 - 2.0.1
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In some cases, unicode text was not correctly transmitted over the clipboard. This lead
to the text being put on the clipboard as "???????". AnyDesk now always sends unicode text,
if available.
- Under certain conditions, the clipboard synchronization stayed engaged if it was disabled
in the settings tab or the accept window.
- Fixed the remote mouse cursor position in original view mode.

New Features
- New performance option for rendering ("Use fast render method"). Set the checkbox as follows:
Checked: Always uses 16 bits per pixel for uploading (decreases required memory bandwidth).
Use this setting to speed up rendering on slow machines.
Indeterminate (default behaviour): Use the 16 bit render mode on single processor systems.
Unchecked: Never use 16 bits per pixel mode. Uncheck if you have a single processor machine
but the image quality is too low.
- Added translation to Korean.
- Added "Waiting for first frame" dialog which is displayed as soon as the network connection
is established.
- Added a new command line option --get-status to get the connection status and improved the
behaviour on errors of the command line interface.
- The tray icon now displays information about session count and service status.

01.07.2015 - 2.0.0
------------------

AnyDesk is now officially out of beta.

New Features
- Windows 10 compatibility

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash at session start if the clipboard permissions were changed before session start.
- Fixed a crash at session start which could occur with some unicode user names when mouse input
was forbidden.
- The clipboard did not work when connecting to the Logon screen and logging in a new user.
- Sometimes the forbidden cursor was displayed during the whole session when connecting into
a Windows session which was created via RDP. This should not happen any more.
- Some settings from the security tab were not correctly applied. All default user permissions
from the security tab are now applied for sessions.
- If the alias is too long for display, a smaller font is used.
- Fixed a rare crash when the mouse cursor had an invalid pixel format.
- The "Show remote cursor" feature displayed the mouse cursor in an incorrect position for all
monitors except the first monitor. The cursor is displayed now correctly.
- Updated translations

AnyDesk Beta
============

01.06.2015 - Beta 1.4.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which lead to "Connection established" being displayed forever and no image being shown
when connecting to Windows 7 machines. This bug only occured when the pc was not restarted for
at least 24 days.
- Fixed a bug which could lead to a second zone security warning when AnyDesk was started as admin.
AnyDesk did not work in this case until the second zone dialog was accepted.
- When starting the portable version as admin and pressing "+", a cycle could be created which
lead to a crash.

22.05.2015 - Beta 1.4.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented a feature for switching sides during an ongoing screen sharing session.
- When the remote session changes (for example with fast user switching), AnyDesk
automatically
restores the connection.
- When connecting using the command line, you can specify a password now using the stdin pipe.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which could cause a client to appear online some time directly after shutting
down a workstation. Shutdown events now terminate the connection immediately.
- Overall stability improvements.

27.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.2
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug with the user permissions which could lead to the user being unable to control the remote
machine or use sound/clipboard.

24.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In rare cases, the mouse position was transmitted with an offset. The mouse position should now always
be correct.
- In certain cases, the text mouse cursor could appear invisible over black background. The mouse cursor
is rendered correctly now, with inverted colours.
- Controlling AnyDesk's accept window through AnyDesk is not possible anymore.
- Pressing the install button twice could lead to the installation process failing. Fixed.

New Features
- AnyDesk is now dpi aware.
- Implemented an arrow which is drawn at the remote users mouse position if input is disabled. If clicked,
a beacon is shown. This feature can be used to point the user to something without directly interacting
during remote support or presentations.

08.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.0
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the network code. This adds to the overall performance and fixes some random connection
freezes which occured in rare cases.
- Windows 8: When no mouse was attached to the machine being controlled, the mouse cursor was
missing. Provided a workaround which enables the mouse cursor during the AnyDesk session.
- Fixed a bug in the d3d renderer on multi monitor systems which caused the display to turn grey
when the AnyDesk window reached a certain size.
- If the user changed the permissions (e.g. audio allowed) before the session started, the
state was invalid which caused all permissions to be in the state disallowed.
Permissions can be changed before the session starts now.
- The forbidden cursor is now shown correctly if this feature is disabled using the permission
settings.
- Ongoing file transfers are canceled now when the session is terminated.
Improved efficiency of file transfer.
- Fixed a bug which caused copying files over the clipboard not to function correctly.
- Fixed a crash which could occur when terminating the frontend.
- Improved the switch to fullscreen mode for the d3d renderer.

New Features
- Implemented original view mode.
- Added a retry button in the client offline dialog.
- Added Open GL render mode from the linux port. Please check if this speeds up display or serves
as a workaround for d3d render bugs.
- The accept window is now minimized when the user accepts a connection request manually.

10.02.2015 - Beta 1.2.3
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug that caused the mouse cursor to disappear.
- Fixed the SSL configuration so that fewer SSL ciphers are accepted.

26.01.2015 - Beta 1.2.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Added interactive access modes. AnyDesk can now be configured to accept no connection requests.
- Improved mouse behaviour when the cursor leaves the AnyDesk window while a mouse key is pressed.
- If the remote desktop becomes inaccessible due to insufficient rights, a message is displayed.
- Using the mirror driver can now be forced for non-server-systems which are too slow without mirror
driver.
- It is now possible to add firewall exceptions for AnyDesk by using the hostname "relay-*.anydesk.com".

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed IPC error in the portable version when the path of the executable contains unicode characters.
- Fixed crash when double-clicking on a tab in the options dialog.
- The portable version now automatically is able to control system processes when started on systems
with UAC disabled.
- Improved process startup handling to prevent IPC errors.
- Connections to AnyDesk could result in desk_rt_ipc_error when AnyDesk was started from a network drive.
- On some systems with unusual system path configuration AnyDesk did not start at all. Fixed.
- In some circumstances AnyDesk did not quit correctly while the renderer was busy.
- Fixed graphics glitches which occured when coming from a secure desktop with access denied.
- Sometimes, switching the monitor could cause graphics problems.

22.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.1
-----------------------

New Features
- Added an option to show the AnyDesk number instead of the Alias in the connection tab.
- New option to hide the own task bar when AnyDesk is maximized. This saves additional screen space.
- Registering a licence is now possible from the command line (e.g. from scripts).
- AnyDesk now sets its exit code. This is useful for diagnosing errors in scripts.

Fixed Bugs
- The installation and the update process should be more reliable now. In some cases, AnyDesk
could not be deinstalled or updated because a hanging process could not be terminated. This
would lead to not being able to connect to the machine any more after attempting to update.
- AnyDesk can now be installed if windows is running in safe mode.
- Fixed handling of service misconfigurations so the user gets a more helpful error message.
- Improved stability when clicking on the speed dial while a server connection is in progress.
- Fixed a painting glitch in the title bar.

18.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Chatting is now possible before authentication.
- Implemented session tab menu.
- Implemented an url handler for AnyDesk (anydesk:machine@ad).
- The names in the speed dial can be changed now.
- Improved the password strength calculation.
- Added license registration dialog.

Fixed Bugs
- Filetransfer does not block the image data any more (AnyDesk remains usable while a file is copied).
- Shutdown abort now works also on Windows XP.
- Improved stability when session is closed and when switching to fullscreen.
- Under certain conditions, the mouse cursor was hidden after session start. Fixed.
- Fixed a bug which caused a wrong icon to be used for AnyDesk.

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v2.0.1 [08-23-15]

21.08.2015 - 2.0.1
------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In some cases, unicode text was not correctly transmitted over the clipboard. This lead
to the text being put on the clipboard as "???????". AnyDesk now always sends unicode text,
if available.
- Under certain conditions, the clipboard synchronization stayed engaged if it was disabled
in the settings tab or the accept window.
- Fixed the remote mouse cursor position in original view mode.

New Features
- New performance option for rendering ("Use fast render method"). Set the checkbox as follows:
Checked: Always uses 16 bits per pixel for uploading (decreases required memory bandwidth).
Use this setting to speed up rendering on slow machines.
Indeterminate (default behaviour): Use the 16 bit render mode on single processor systems.
Unchecked: Never use 16 bits per pixel mode. Uncheck if you have a single processor machine
but the image quality is too low.
- Added translation to Korean.
- Added "Waiting for first frame" dialog which is displayed as soon as the network connection
is established.
- Added a new command line option --get-status to get the connection status and improved the
behaviour on errors of the command line interface.
- The tray icon now displays information about session count and service status.

01.07.2015 - 2.0.0
------------------

AnyDesk is now officially out of beta.

New Features
- Windows 10 compatibility

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash at session start if the clipboard permissions were changed before session start.
- Fixed a crash at session start which could occur with some unicode user names when mouse input
was forbidden.
- The clipboard did not work when connecting to the Logon screen and logging in a new user.
- Sometimes the forbidden cursor was displayed during the whole session when connecting into
a Windows session which was created via RDP. This should not happen any more.
- Some settings from the security tab were not correctly applied. All default user permissions
from the security tab are now applied for sessions.
- If the alias is too long for display, a smaller font is used.
- Fixed a rare crash when the mouse cursor had an invalid pixel format.
- The "Show remote cursor" feature displayed the mouse cursor in an incorrect position for all
monitors except the first monitor. The cursor is displayed now correctly.
- Updated translations

AnyDesk Beta
============

01.06.2015 - Beta 1.4.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which lead to "Connection established" being displayed forever and no image being shown
when connecting to Windows 7 machines. This bug only occured when the pc was not restarted for
at least 24 days.
- Fixed a bug which could lead to a second zone security warning when AnyDesk was started as admin.
AnyDesk did not work in this case until the second zone dialog was accepted.
- When starting the portable version as admin and pressing "+", a cycle could be created which
lead to a crash.

22.05.2015 - Beta 1.4.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented a feature for switching sides during an ongoing screen sharing session.
- When the remote session changes (for example with fast user switching), AnyDesk
automatically
restores the connection.
- When connecting using the command line, you can specify a password now using the stdin pipe.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which could cause a client to appear online some time directly after shutting
down a workstation. Shutdown events now terminate the connection immediately.
- Overall stability improvements.

27.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.2
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug with the user permissions which could lead to the user being unable to control the remote
machine or use sound/clipboard.

24.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In rare cases, the mouse position was transmitted with an offset. The mouse position should now always
be correct.
- In certain cases, the text mouse cursor could appear invisible over black background. The mouse cursor
is rendered correctly now, with inverted colours.
- Controlling AnyDesk's accept window through AnyDesk is not possible anymore.
- Pressing the install button twice could lead to the installation process failing. Fixed.

New Features
- AnyDesk is now dpi aware.
- Implemented an arrow which is drawn at the remote users mouse position if input is disabled. If clicked,
a beacon is shown. This feature can be used to point the user to something without directly interacting
during remote support or presentations.

08.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.0
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the network code. This adds to the overall performance and fixes some random connection
freezes which occured in rare cases.
- Windows 8: When no mouse was attached to the machine being controlled, the mouse cursor was
missing. Provided a workaround which enables the mouse cursor during the AnyDesk session.
- Fixed a bug in the d3d renderer on multi monitor systems which caused the display to turn grey
when the AnyDesk window reached a certain size.
- If the user changed the permissions (e.g. audio allowed) before the session started, the
state was invalid which caused all permissions to be in the state disallowed.
Permissions can be changed before the session starts now.
- The forbidden cursor is now shown correctly if this feature is disabled using the permission
settings.
- Ongoing file transfers are canceled now when the session is terminated.
Improved efficiency of file transfer.
- Fixed a bug which caused copying files over the clipboard not to function correctly.
- Fixed a crash which could occur when terminating the frontend.
- Improved the switch to fullscreen mode for the d3d renderer.

New Features
- Implemented original view mode.
- Added a retry button in the client offline dialog.
- Added Open GL render mode from the linux port. Please check if this speeds up display or serves
as a workaround for d3d render bugs.
- The accept window is now minimized when the user accepts a connection request manually.

10.02.2015 - Beta 1.2.3
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug that caused the mouse cursor to disappear.
- Fixed the SSL configuration so that fewer SSL ciphers are accepted.

26.01.2015 - Beta 1.2.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Added interactive access modes. AnyDesk can now be configured to accept no connection requests.
- Improved mouse behaviour when the cursor leaves the AnyDesk window while a mouse key is pressed.
- If the remote desktop becomes inaccessible due to insufficient rights, a message is displayed.
- Using the mirror driver can now be forced for non-server-systems which are too slow without mirror
driver.
- It is now possible to add firewall exceptions for AnyDesk by using the hostname "relay-*.anydesk.com".

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed IPC error in the portable version when the path of the executable contains unicode characters.
- Fixed crash when double-clicking on a tab in the options dialog.
- The portable version now automatically is able to control system processes when started on systems
with UAC disabled.
- Improved process startup handling to prevent IPC errors.
- Connections to AnyDesk could result in desk_rt_ipc_error when AnyDesk was started from a network drive.
- On some systems with unusual system path configuration AnyDesk did not start at all. Fixed.
- In some circumstances AnyDesk did not quit correctly while the renderer was busy.
- Fixed graphics glitches which occured when coming from a secure desktop with access denied.
- Sometimes, switching the monitor could cause graphics problems.

22.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.1
-----------------------

New Features
- Added an option to show the AnyDesk number instead of the Alias in the connection tab.
- New option to hide the own task bar when AnyDesk is maximized. This saves additional screen space.
- Registering a licence is now possible from the command line (e.g. from scripts).
- AnyDesk now sets its exit code. This is useful for diagnosing errors in scripts.

Fixed Bugs
- The installation and the update process should be more reliable now. In some cases, AnyDesk
could not be deinstalled or updated because a hanging process could not be terminated. This
would lead to not being able to connect to the machine any more after attempting to update.
- AnyDesk can now be installed if windows is running in safe mode.
- Fixed handling of service misconfigurations so the user gets a more helpful error message.
- Improved stability when clicking on the speed dial while a server connection is in progress.
- Fixed a painting glitch in the title bar.

18.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Chatting is now possible before authentication.
- Implemented session tab menu.
- Implemented an url handler for AnyDesk (anydesk:machine@ad).
- The names in the speed dial can be changed now.
- Improved the password strength calculation.
- Added license registration dialog.

Fixed Bugs
- Filetransfer does not block the image data any more (AnyDesk remains usable while a file is copied).
- Shutdown abort now works also on Windows XP.
- Improved stability when session is closed and when switching to fullscreen.
- Under certain conditions, the mouse cursor was hidden after session start. Fixed.
- Fixed a bug which caused a wrong icon to be used for AnyDesk.

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v2.0.0 [07-03-15]

01.07.2015 - 2.0.0
------------------

AnyDesk is now officially out of beta.

New Features
- Windows 10 compatibility

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash at session start if the clipboard permissions were changed before session start.
- Fixed a crash at session start which could occur with some unicode user names when mouse input
was forbidden.
- The clipboard did not work when connecting to the Logon screen and logging in a new user.
- Sometimes the forbidden cursor was displayed during the whole session when connecting into
a Windows session which was created via RDP. This should not happen any more.
- Some settings from the security tab were not correctly applied. All default user permissions
from the security tab are now applied for sessions.
- If the alias is too long for display, a smaller font is used.
- Fixed a rare crash when the mouse cursor had an invalid pixel format.
- The "Show remote cursor" feature displayed the mouse cursor in an incorrect position for all
monitors except the first monitor. The cursor is displayed now correctly.
- Updated translations

AnyDesk Beta
============

01.06.2015 - Beta 1.4.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which lead to "Connection established" being displayed forever and no image being shown
when connecting to Windows 7 machines. This bug only occured when the pc was not restarted for
at least 24 days.
- Fixed a bug which could lead to a second zone security warning when AnyDesk was started as admin.
AnyDesk did not work in this case until the second zone dialog was accepted.
- When starting the portable version as admin and pressing "+", a cycle could be created which
lead to a crash.

22.05.2015 - Beta 1.4.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented a feature for switching sides during an ongoing screen sharing session.
- When the remote session changes (for example with fast user switching), AnyDesk
automatically
restores the connection.
- When connecting using the command line, you can specify a password now using the stdin pipe.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which could cause a client to appear online some time directly after shutting
down a workstation. Shutdown events now terminate the connection immediately.
- Overall stability improvements.

27.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.2
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug with the user permissions which could lead to the user being unable to control the remote
machine or use sound/clipboard.

24.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In rare cases, the mouse position was transmitted with an offset. The mouse position should now always
be correct.
- In certain cases, the text mouse cursor could appear invisible over black background. The mouse cursor
is rendered correctly now, with inverted colours.
- Controlling AnyDesk's accept window through AnyDesk is not possible anymore.
- Pressing the install button twice could lead to the installation process failing. Fixed.

New Features
- AnyDesk is now dpi aware.
- Implemented an arrow which is drawn at the remote users mouse position if input is disabled. If clicked,
a beacon is shown. This feature can be used to point the user to something without directly interacting
during remote support or presentations.

08.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.0
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the network code. This adds to the overall performance and fixes some random connection
freezes which occured in rare cases.
- Windows 8: When no mouse was attached to the machine being controlled, the mouse cursor was
missing. Provided a workaround which enables the mouse cursor during the AnyDesk session.
- Fixed a bug in the d3d renderer on multi monitor systems which caused the display to turn grey
when the AnyDesk window reached a certain size.
- If the user changed the permissions (e.g. audio allowed) before the session started, the
state was invalid which caused all permissions to be in the state disallowed.
Permissions can be changed before the session starts now.
- The forbidden cursor is now shown correctly if this feature is disabled using the permission
settings.
- Ongoing file transfers are canceled now when the session is terminated.
Improved efficiency of file transfer.
- Fixed a bug which caused copying files over the clipboard not to function correctly.
- Fixed a crash which could occur when terminating the frontend.
- Improved the switch to fullscreen mode for the d3d renderer.

New Features
- Implemented original view mode.
- Added a retry button in the client offline dialog.
- Added Open GL render mode from the linux port. Please check if this speeds up display or serves
as a workaround for d3d render bugs.
- The accept window is now minimized when the user accepts a connection request manually.

10.02.2015 - Beta 1.2.3
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug that caused the mouse cursor to disappear.
- Fixed the SSL configuration so that fewer SSL ciphers are accepted.

26.01.2015 - Beta 1.2.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Added interactive access modes. AnyDesk can now be configured to accept no connection requests.
- Improved mouse behaviour when the cursor leaves the AnyDesk window while a mouse key is pressed.
- If the remote desktop becomes inaccessible due to insufficient rights, a message is displayed.
- Using the mirror driver can now be forced for non-server-systems which are too slow without mirror
driver.
- It is now possible to add firewall exceptions for AnyDesk by using the hostname "relay-*.anydesk.com".

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed IPC error in the portable version when the path of the executable contains unicode characters.
- Fixed crash when double-clicking on a tab in the options dialog.
- The portable version now automatically is able to control system processes when started on systems
with UAC disabled.
- Improved process startup handling to prevent IPC errors.
- Connections to AnyDesk could result in desk_rt_ipc_error when AnyDesk was started from a network drive.
- On some systems with unusual system path configuration AnyDesk did not start at all. Fixed.
- In some circumstances AnyDesk did not quit correctly while the renderer was busy.
- Fixed graphics glitches which occured when coming from a secure desktop with access denied.
- Sometimes, switching the monitor could cause graphics problems.

22.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.1
-----------------------

New Features
- Added an option to show the AnyDesk number instead of the Alias in the connection tab.
- New option to hide the own task bar when AnyDesk is maximized. This saves additional screen space.
- Registering a licence is now possible from the command line (e.g. from scripts).
- AnyDesk now sets its exit code. This is useful for diagnosing errors in scripts.

Fixed Bugs
- The installation and the update process should be more reliable now. In some cases, AnyDesk
could not be deinstalled or updated because a hanging process could not be terminated. This
would lead to not being able to connect to the machine any more after attempting to update.
- AnyDesk can now be installed if windows is running in safe mode.
- Fixed handling of service misconfigurations so the user gets a more helpful error message.
- Improved stability when clicking on the speed dial while a server connection is in progress.
- Fixed a painting glitch in the title bar.

18.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Chatting is now possible before authentication.
- Implemented session tab menu.
- Implemented an url handler for AnyDesk (anydesk:machine@ad).
- The names in the speed dial can be changed now.
- Improved the password strength calculation.
- Added license registration dialog.

Fixed Bugs
- Filetransfer does not block the image data any more (AnyDesk remains usable while a file is copied).
- Shutdown abort now works also on Windows XP.
- Improved stability when session is closed and when switching to fullscreen.
- Under certain conditions, the mouse cursor was hidden after session start. Fixed.
- Fixed a bug which caused a wrong icon to be used for AnyDesk.

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v1.4.1 [06-02-15]

01.06.2015 - Beta 1.4.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which lead to "Connection established" being displayed forever and no image being shown
when connecting to Windows 7 machines. This bug only occured when the pc was not restarted for
at least 24 days.
- Fixed a bug which could lead to a second zone security warning when AnyDesk was started as admin.
AnyDesk did not work in this case until the second zone dialog was accepted.
- When starting the portable version as admin and pressing "+", a cycle could be created which
lead to a crash.

22.05.2015 - Beta 1.4.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented a feature for switching sides during an ongoing screen sharing session.
- When the remote session changes (for example with fast user switching), AnyDesk
automatically
restores the connection.
- When connecting using the command line, you can specify a password now using the stdin pipe.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which could cause a client to appear online some time directly after shutting
down a workstation. Shutdown events now terminate the connection immediately.
- Overall stability improvements.

27.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.2
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug with the user permissions which could lead to the user being unable to control the remote
machine or use sound/clipboard.

24.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In rare cases, the mouse position was transmitted with an offset. The mouse position should now always
be correct.
- In certain cases, the text mouse cursor could appear invisible over black background. The mouse cursor
is rendered correctly now, with inverted colours.
- Controlling AnyDesk's accept window through AnyDesk is not possible anymore.
- Pressing the install button twice could lead to the installation process failing. Fixed.

New Features
- AnyDesk is now dpi aware.
- Implemented an arrow which is drawn at the remote users mouse position if input is disabled. If clicked,
a beacon is shown. This feature can be used to point the user to something without directly interacting
during remote support or presentations.

08.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.0
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the network code. This adds to the overall performance and fixes some random connection
freezes which occured in rare cases.
- Windows 8: When no mouse was attached to the machine being controlled, the mouse cursor was
missing. Provided a workaround which enables the mouse cursor during the AnyDesk session.
- Fixed a bug in the d3d renderer on multi monitor systems which caused the display to turn grey
when the AnyDesk window reached a certain size.
- If the user changed the permissions (e.g. audio allowed) before the session started, the
state was invalid which caused all permissions to be in the state disallowed.
Permissions can be changed before the session starts now.
- The forbidden cursor is now shown correctly if this feature is disabled using the permission
settings.
- Ongoing file transfers are canceled now when the session is terminated.
Improved efficiency of file transfer.
- Fixed a bug which caused copying files over the clipboard not to function correctly.
- Fixed a crash which could occur when terminating the frontend.
- Improved the switch to fullscreen mode for the d3d renderer.

New Features
- Implemented original view mode.
- Added a retry button in the client offline dialog.
- Added Open GL render mode from the linux port. Please check if this speeds up display or serves
as a workaround for d3d render bugs.
- The accept window is now minimized when the user accepts a connection request manually.

10.02.2015 - Beta 1.2.3
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug that caused the mouse cursor to disappear.
- Fixed the SSL configuration so that fewer SSL ciphers are accepted.

26.01.2015 - Beta 1.2.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Added interactive access modes. AnyDesk can now be configured to accept no connection requests.
- Improved mouse behaviour when the cursor leaves the AnyDesk window while a mouse key is pressed.
- If the remote desktop becomes inaccessible due to insufficient rights, a message is displayed.
- Using the mirror driver can now be forced for non-server-systems which are too slow without mirror
driver.
- It is now possible to add firewall exceptions for AnyDesk by using the hostname "relay-*.anydesk.com".

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed IPC error in the portable version when the path of the executable contains unicode characters.
- Fixed crash when double-clicking on a tab in the options dialog.
- The portable version now automatically is able to control system processes when started on systems
with UAC disabled.
- Improved process startup handling to prevent IPC errors.
- Connections to AnyDesk could result in desk_rt_ipc_error when AnyDesk was started from a network drive.
- On some systems with unusual system path configuration AnyDesk did not start at all. Fixed.
- In some circumstances AnyDesk did not quit correctly while the renderer was busy.
- Fixed graphics glitches which occured when coming from a secure desktop with access denied.
- Sometimes, switching the monitor could cause graphics problems.

22.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.1
-----------------------

New Features
- Added an option to show the AnyDesk number instead of the Alias in the connection tab.
- New option to hide the own task bar when AnyDesk is maximized. This saves additional screen space.
- Registering a licence is now possible from the command line (e.g. from scripts).
- AnyDesk now sets its exit code. This is useful for diagnosing errors in scripts.

Fixed Bugs
- The installation and the update process should be more reliable now. In some cases, AnyDesk
could not be deinstalled or updated because a hanging process could not be terminated. This
would lead to not being able to connect to the machine any more after attempting to update.
- AnyDesk can now be installed if windows is running in safe mode.
- Fixed handling of service misconfigurations so the user gets a more helpful error message.
- Improved stability when clicking on the speed dial while a server connection is in progress.
- Fixed a painting glitch in the title bar.

18.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Chatting is now possible before authentication.
- Implemented session tab menu.
- Implemented an url handler for AnyDesk (anydesk:machine@ad).
- The names in the speed dial can be changed now.
- Improved the password strength calculation.
- Added license registration dialog.

Fixed Bugs
- Filetransfer does not block the image data any more (AnyDesk remains usable while a file is copied).
- Shutdown abort now works also on Windows XP.
- Improved stability when session is closed and when switching to fullscreen.
- Under certain conditions, the mouse cursor was hidden after session start. Fixed.
- Fixed a bug which caused a wrong icon to be used for AnyDesk.

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v1.4.0 [05-24-15]

22.05.2015 - Beta 1.4.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented a feature for switching sides during an ongoing screen sharing session.
- When the remote session changes (for example with fast user switching), AnyDesk
automatically
restores the connection.
- When connecting using the command line, you can specify a password now using the stdin pipe.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug which could cause a client to appear online some time directly after shutting
down a workstation. Shutdown events now terminate the connection immediately.
- Overall stability improvements.

27.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.2
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug with the user permissions which could lead to the user being unable to control the remote
machine or use sound/clipboard.

24.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In rare cases, the mouse position was transmitted with an offset. The mouse position should now always
be correct.
- In certain cases, the text mouse cursor could appear invisible over black background. The mouse cursor
is rendered correctly now, with inverted colours.
- Controlling AnyDesk's accept window through AnyDesk is not possible anymore.
- Pressing the install button twice could lead to the installation process failing. Fixed.

New Features
- AnyDesk is now dpi aware.
- Implemented an arrow which is drawn at the remote users mouse position if input is disabled. If clicked,
a beacon is shown. This feature can be used to point the user to something without directly interacting
during remote support or presentations.

08.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.0
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the network code. This adds to the overall performance and fixes some random connection
freezes which occured in rare cases.
- Windows 8: When no mouse was attached to the machine being controlled, the mouse cursor was
missing. Provided a workaround which enables the mouse cursor during the AnyDesk session.
- Fixed a bug in the d3d renderer on multi monitor systems which caused the display to turn grey
when the AnyDesk window reached a certain size.
- If the user changed the permissions (e.g. audio allowed) before the session started, the
state was invalid which caused all permissions to be in the state disallowed.
Permissions can be changed before the session starts now.
- The forbidden cursor is now shown correctly if this feature is disabled using the permission
settings.
- Ongoing file transfers are canceled now when the session is terminated.
Improved efficiency of file transfer.
- Fixed a bug which caused copying files over the clipboard not to function correctly.
- Fixed a crash which could occur when terminating the frontend.
- Improved the switch to fullscreen mode for the d3d renderer.

New Features
- Implemented original view mode.
- Added a retry button in the client offline dialog.
- Added Open GL render mode from the linux port. Please check if this speeds up display or serves
as a workaround for d3d render bugs.
- The accept window is now minimized when the user accepts a connection request manually.

10.02.2015 - Beta 1.2.3
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug that caused the mouse cursor to disappear.
- Fixed the SSL configuration so that fewer SSL ciphers are accepted.

26.01.2015 - Beta 1.2.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Added interactive access modes. AnyDesk can now be configured to accept no connection requests.
- Improved mouse behaviour when the cursor leaves the AnyDesk window while a mouse key is pressed.
- If the remote desktop becomes inaccessible due to insufficient rights, a message is displayed.
- Using the mirror driver can now be forced for non-server-systems which are too slow without mirror
driver.
- It is now possible to add firewall exceptions for AnyDesk by using the hostname "relay-*.anydesk.com".

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed IPC error in the portable version when the path of the executable contains unicode characters.
- Fixed crash when double-clicking on a tab in the options dialog.
- The portable version now automatically is able to control system processes when started on systems
with UAC disabled.
- Improved process startup handling to prevent IPC errors.
- Connections to AnyDesk could result in desk_rt_ipc_error when AnyDesk was started from a network drive.
- On some systems with unusual system path configuration AnyDesk did not start at all. Fixed.
- In some circumstances AnyDesk did not quit correctly while the renderer was busy.
- Fixed graphics glitches which occured when coming from a secure desktop with access denied.
- Sometimes, switching the monitor could cause graphics problems.

22.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.1
-----------------------

New Features
- Added an option to show the AnyDesk number instead of the Alias in the connection tab.
- New option to hide the own task bar when AnyDesk is maximized. This saves additional screen space.
- Registering a licence is now possible from the command line (e.g. from scripts).
- AnyDesk now sets its exit code. This is useful for diagnosing errors in scripts.

Fixed Bugs
- The installation and the update process should be more reliable now. In some cases, AnyDesk
could not be deinstalled or updated because a hanging process could not be terminated. This
would lead to not being able to connect to the machine any more after attempting to update.
- AnyDesk can now be installed if windows is running in safe mode.
- Fixed handling of service misconfigurations so the user gets a more helpful error message.
- Improved stability when clicking on the speed dial while a server connection is in progress.
- Fixed a painting glitch in the title bar.

18.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Chatting is now possible before authentication.
- Implemented session tab menu.
- Implemented an url handler for AnyDesk (anydesk:machine@ad).
- The names in the speed dial can be changed now.
- Improved the password strength calculation.
- Added license registration dialog.

Fixed Bugs
- Filetransfer does not block the image data any more (AnyDesk remains usable while a file is copied).
- Shutdown abort now works also on Windows XP.
- Improved stability when session is closed and when switching to fullscreen.
- Under certain conditions, the mouse cursor was hidden after session start. Fixed.
- Fixed a bug which caused a wrong icon to be used for AnyDesk.

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v1.3.2 [04-28-15]

27.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.2
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug with the user permissions which could lead to the user being unable to control the remote
machine or use sound/clipboard.

24.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- In rare cases, the mouse position was transmitted with an offset. The mouse position should now always
be correct.
- In certain cases, the text mouse cursor could appear invisible over black background. The mouse cursor
is rendered correctly now, with inverted colours.
- Controlling AnyDesk's accept window through AnyDesk is not possible anymore.
- Pressing the install button twice could lead to the installation process failing. Fixed.

New Features
- AnyDesk is now dpi aware.
- Implemented an arrow which is drawn at the remote users mouse position if input is disabled. If clicked,
a beacon is shown. This feature can be used to point the user to something without directly interacting
during remote support or presentations.

08.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.0
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the network code. This adds to the overall performance and fixes some random connection
freezes which occured in rare cases.
- Windows 8: When no mouse was attached to the machine being controlled, the mouse cursor was
missing. Provided a workaround which enables the mouse cursor during the AnyDesk session.
- Fixed a bug in the d3d renderer on multi monitor systems which caused the display to turn grey
when the AnyDesk window reached a certain size.
- If the user changed the permissions (e.g. audio allowed) before the session started, the
state was invalid which caused all permissions to be in the state disallowed.
Permissions can be changed before the session starts now.
- The forbidden cursor is now shown correctly if this feature is disabled using the permission
settings.
- Ongoing file transfers are canceled now when the session is terminated.
Improved efficiency of file transfer.
- Fixed a bug which caused copying files over the clipboard not to function correctly.
- Fixed a crash which could occur when terminating the frontend.
- Improved the switch to fullscreen mode for the d3d renderer.

New Features
- Implemented original view mode.
- Added a retry button in the client offline dialog.
- Added Open GL render mode from the linux port. Please check if this speeds up display or serves
as a workaround for d3d render bugs.
- The accept window is now minimized when the user accepts a connection request manually.

10.02.2015 - Beta 1.2.3
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug that caused the mouse cursor to disappear.
- Fixed the SSL configuration so that fewer SSL ciphers are accepted.

26.01.2015 - Beta 1.2.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Added interactive access modes. AnyDesk can now be configured to accept no connection requests.
- Improved mouse behaviour when the cursor leaves the AnyDesk window while a mouse key is pressed.
- If the remote desktop becomes inaccessible due to insufficient rights, a message is displayed.
- Using the mirror driver can now be forced for non-server-systems which are too slow without mirror
driver.
- It is now possible to add firewall exceptions for AnyDesk by using the hostname "relay-*.anydesk.com".

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed IPC error in the portable version when the path of the executable contains unicode characters.
- Fixed crash when double-clicking on a tab in the options dialog.
- The portable version now automatically is able to control system processes when started on systems
with UAC disabled.
- Improved process startup handling to prevent IPC errors.
- Connections to AnyDesk could result in desk_rt_ipc_error when AnyDesk was started from a network drive.
- On some systems with unusual system path configuration AnyDesk did not start at all. Fixed.
- In some circumstances AnyDesk did not quit correctly while the renderer was busy.
- Fixed graphics glitches which occured when coming from a secure desktop with access denied.
- Sometimes, switching the monitor could cause graphics problems.

22.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.1
-----------------------

New Features
- Added an option to show the AnyDesk number instead of the Alias in the connection tab.
- New option to hide the own task bar when AnyDesk is maximized. This saves additional screen space.
- Registering a licence is now possible from the command line (e.g. from scripts).
- AnyDesk now sets its exit code. This is useful for diagnosing errors in scripts.

Fixed Bugs
- The installation and the update process should be more reliable now. In some cases, AnyDesk
could not be deinstalled or updated because a hanging process could not be terminated. This
would lead to not being able to connect to the machine any more after attempting to update.
- AnyDesk can now be installed if windows is running in safe mode.
- Fixed handling of service misconfigurations so the user gets a more helpful error message.
- Improved stability when clicking on the speed dial while a server connection is in progress.
- Fixed a painting glitch in the title bar.

18.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Chatting is now possible before authentication.
- Implemented session tab menu.
- Implemented an url handler for AnyDesk (anydesk:machine@ad).
- The names in the speed dial can be changed now.
- Improved the password strength calculation.
- Added license registration dialog.

Fixed Bugs
- Filetransfer does not block the image data any more (AnyDesk remains usable while a file is copied).
- Shutdown abort now works also on Windows XP.
- Improved stability when session is closed and when switching to fullscreen.
- Under certain conditions, the mouse cursor was hidden after session start. Fixed.
- Fixed a bug which caused a wrong icon to be used for AnyDesk.

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v1.3.1 [04-26-15]

24.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.1

Fixed Bugs
- In rare cases, the mouse position was transmitted with an offset. The mouse position should now always
be correct.
- In certain cases, the text mouse cursor could appear invisible over black background. The mouse cursor
is rendered correctly now, with inverted colours.
- Controlling AnyDesk's accept window through AnyDesk is not possible anymore.
- Pressing the install button twice could lead to the installation process failing. Fixed.

New Features
- AnyDesk is now dpi aware.
- Implemented an arrow which is drawn at the remote users mouse position if input is disabled. If clicked,
a beacon is shown. This feature can be used to point the user to something without directly interacting
during remote support or presentations.

08.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.0
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the network code. This adds to the overall performance and fixes some random connection
freezes which occured in rare cases.
- Windows 8: When no mouse was attached to the machine being controlled, the mouse cursor was
missing. Provided a workaround which enables the mouse cursor during the AnyDesk session.
- Fixed a bug in the d3d renderer on multi monitor systems which caused the display to turn grey
when the AnyDesk window reached a certain size.
- If the user changed the permissions (e.g. audio allowed) before the session started, the
state was invalid which caused all permissions to be in the state disallowed.
Permissions can be changed before the session starts now.
- The forbidden cursor is now shown correctly if this feature is disabled using the permission
settings.
- Ongoing file transfers are canceled now when the session is terminated.
Improved efficiency of file transfer.
- Fixed a bug which caused copying files over the clipboard not to function correctly.
- Fixed a crash which could occur when terminating the frontend.
- Improved the switch to fullscreen mode for the d3d renderer.

New Features
- Implemented original view mode.
- Added a retry button in the client offline dialog.
- Added Open GL render mode from the linux port. Please check if this speeds up display or serves
as a workaround for d3d render bugs.
- The accept window is now minimized when the user accepts a connection request manually.

10.02.2015 - Beta 1.2.3
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug that caused the mouse cursor to disappear.
- Fixed the SSL configuration so that fewer SSL ciphers are accepted.

26.01.2015 - Beta 1.2.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Added interactive access modes. AnyDesk can now be configured to accept no connection requests.
- Improved mouse behaviour when the cursor leaves the AnyDesk window while a mouse key is pressed.
- If the remote desktop becomes inaccessible due to insufficient rights, a message is displayed.
- Using the mirror driver can now be forced for non-server-systems which are too slow without mirror
driver.
- It is now possible to add firewall exceptions for AnyDesk by using the hostname "relay-*.anydesk.com".

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed IPC error in the portable version when the path of the executable contains unicode characters.
- Fixed crash when double-clicking on a tab in the options dialog.
- The portable version now automatically is able to control system processes when started on systems
with UAC disabled.
- Improved process startup handling to prevent IPC errors.
- Connections to AnyDesk could result in desk_rt_ipc_error when AnyDesk was started from a network drive.
- On some systems with unusual system path configuration AnyDesk did not start at all. Fixed.
- In some circumstances AnyDesk did not quit correctly while the renderer was busy.
- Fixed graphics glitches which occured when coming from a secure desktop with access denied.
- Sometimes, switching the monitor could cause graphics problems.

22.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.1
-----------------------

New Features
- Added an option to show the AnyDesk number instead of the Alias in the connection tab.
- New option to hide the own task bar when AnyDesk is maximized. This saves additional screen space.
- Registering a licence is now possible from the command line (e.g. from scripts).
- AnyDesk now sets its exit code. This is useful for diagnosing errors in scripts.

Fixed Bugs
- The installation and the update process should be more reliable now. In some cases, AnyDesk
could not be deinstalled or updated because a hanging process could not be terminated. This
would lead to not being able to connect to the machine any more after attempting to update.
- AnyDesk can now be installed if windows is running in safe mode.
- Fixed handling of service misconfigurations so the user gets a more helpful error message.
- Improved stability when clicking on the speed dial while a server connection is in progress.
- Fixed a painting glitch in the title bar.

18.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Chatting is now possible before authentication.
- Implemented session tab menu.
- Implemented an url handler for AnyDesk (anydesk:machine@ad).
- The names in the speed dial can be changed now.
- Improved the password strength calculation.
- Added license registration dialog.

Fixed Bugs
- Filetransfer does not block the image data any more (AnyDesk remains usable while a file is copied).
- Shutdown abort now works also on Windows XP.
- Improved stability when session is closed and when switching to fullscreen.
- Under certain conditions, the mouse cursor was hidden after session start. Fixed.
- Fixed a bug which caused a wrong icon to be used for AnyDesk.

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v1.3.0 [04-09-15]

08.04.2015 - Beta 1.3.0
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the network code. This adds to the overall performance and fixes some random connection
freezes which occured in rare cases.
- Windows 8: When no mouse was attached to the machine being controlled, the mouse cursor was
missing. Provided a workaround which enables the mouse cursor during the AnyDesk session.
- Fixed a bug in the d3d renderer on multi monitor systems which caused the display to turn grey
when the AnyDesk window reached a certain size.
- If the user changed the permissions (e.g. audio allowed) before the session started, the
state was invalid which caused all permissions to be in the state disallowed.
Permissions can be changed before the session starts now.
- The forbidden cursor is now shown correctly if this feature is disabled using the permission
settings.
- Ongoing file transfers are canceled now when the session is terminated.
Improved efficiency of file transfer.
- Fixed a bug which caused copying files over the clipboard not to function correctly.
- Fixed a crash which could occur when terminating the frontend.
- Improved the switch to fullscreen mode for the d3d renderer.

New Features
- Implemented original view mode.
- Added a retry button in the client offline dialog.
- Added Open GL render mode from the linux port. Please check if this speeds up display or serves
as a workaround for d3d render bugs.
- The accept window is now minimized when the user accepts a connection request manually.

10.02.2015 - Beta 1.2.3
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug that caused the mouse cursor to disappear.
- Fixed the SSL configuration so that fewer SSL ciphers are accepted.

26.01.2015 - Beta 1.2.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Added interactive access modes. AnyDesk can now be configured to accept no connection requests.
- Improved mouse behaviour when the cursor leaves the AnyDesk window while a mouse key is pressed.
- If the remote desktop becomes inaccessible due to insufficient rights, a message is displayed.
- Using the mirror driver can now be forced for non-server-systems which are too slow without mirror
driver.
- It is now possible to add firewall exceptions for AnyDesk by using the hostname "relay-*.anydesk.com".

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed IPC error in the portable version when the path of the executable contains unicode characters.
- Fixed crash when double-clicking on a tab in the options dialog.
- The portable version now automatically is able to control system processes when started on systems
with UAC disabled.
- Improved process startup handling to prevent IPC errors.
- Connections to AnyDesk could result in desk_rt_ipc_error when AnyDesk was started from a network drive.
- On some systems with unusual system path configuration AnyDesk did not start at all. Fixed.
- In some circumstances AnyDesk did not quit correctly while the renderer was busy.
- Fixed graphics glitches which occured when coming from a secure desktop with access denied.
- Sometimes, switching the monitor could cause graphics problems.

22.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.1
-----------------------

New Features
- Added an option to show the AnyDesk number instead of the Alias in the connection tab.
- New option to hide the own task bar when AnyDesk is maximized. This saves additional screen space.
- Registering a licence is now possible from the command line (e.g. from scripts).
- AnyDesk now sets its exit code. This is useful for diagnosing errors in scripts.

Fixed Bugs
- The installation and the update process should be more reliable now. In some cases, AnyDesk
could not be deinstalled or updated because a hanging process could not be terminated. This
would lead to not being able to connect to the machine any more after attempting to update.
- AnyDesk can now be installed if windows is running in safe mode.
- Fixed handling of service misconfigurations so the user gets a more helpful error message.
- Improved stability when clicking on the speed dial while a server connection is in progress.
- Fixed a painting glitch in the title bar.

18.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Chatting is now possible before authentication.
- Implemented session tab menu.
- Implemented an url handler for AnyDesk (anydesk:machine@ad).
- The names in the speed dial can be changed now.
- Improved the password strength calculation.
- Added license registration dialog.

Fixed Bugs
- Filetransfer does not block the image data any more (AnyDesk remains usable while a file is copied).
- Shutdown abort now works also on Windows XP.
- Improved stability when session is closed and when switching to fullscreen.
- Under certain conditions, the mouse cursor was hidden after session start. Fixed.
- Fixed a bug which caused a wrong icon to be used for AnyDesk.

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v1.2.3 [02-13-15]

10.02.2015 - Beta 1.2.3
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a bug that caused the mouse cursor to disappear.
- Fixed the SSL configuration so that fewer SSL ciphers are accepted.

26.01.2015 - Beta 1.2.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Added interactive access modes. AnyDesk can now be configured to accept no connection requests.
- Improved mouse behaviour when the cursor leaves the AnyDesk window while a mouse key is pressed.
- If the remote desktop becomes inaccessible due to insufficient rights, a message is displayed.
- Using the mirror driver can now be forced for non-server-systems which are too slow without mirror
driver.
- It is now possible to add firewall exceptions for AnyDesk by using the hostname "relay-*.anydesk.com".

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed IPC error in the portable version when the path of the executable contains unicode characters.
- Fixed crash when double-clicking on a tab in the options dialog.
- The portable version now automatically is able to control system processes when started on systems
with UAC disabled.
- Improved process startup handling to prevent IPC errors.
- Connections to AnyDesk could result in desk_rt_ipc_error when AnyDesk was started from a network drive.
- On some systems with unusual system path configuration AnyDesk did not start at all. Fixed.
- In some circumstances AnyDesk did not quit correctly while the renderer was busy.
- Fixed graphics glitches which occured when coming from a secure desktop with access denied.
- Sometimes, switching the monitor could cause graphics problems.

22.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.1
-----------------------

New Features
- Added an option to show the AnyDesk number instead of the Alias in the connection tab.
- New option to hide the own task bar when AnyDesk is maximized. This saves additional screen space.
- Registering a licence is now possible from the command line (e.g. from scripts).
- AnyDesk now sets its exit code. This is useful for diagnosing errors in scripts.

Fixed Bugs
- The installation and the update process should be more reliable now. In some cases, AnyDesk
could not be deinstalled or updated because a hanging process could not be terminated. This
would lead to not being able to connect to the machine any more after attempting to update.
- AnyDesk can now be installed if windows is running in safe mode.
- Fixed handling of service misconfigurations so the user gets a more helpful error message.
- Improved stability when clicking on the speed dial while a server connection is in progress.
- Fixed a painting glitch in the title bar.

18.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Chatting is now possible before authentication.
- Implemented session tab menu.
- Implemented an url handler for AnyDesk (anydesk:machine@ad).
- The names in the speed dial can be changed now.
- Improved the password strength calculation.
- Added license registration dialog.

Fixed Bugs
- Filetransfer does not block the image data any more (AnyDesk remains usable while a file is copied).
- Shutdown abort now works also on Windows XP.
- Improved stability when session is closed and when switching to fullscreen.
- Under certain conditions, the mouse cursor was hidden after session start. Fixed.
- Fixed a bug which caused a wrong icon to be used for AnyDesk.

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v1.2.2 [01-27-15]

26.01.2015 - Beta 1.2.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Added interactive access modes. AnyDesk can now be configured to accept no connection requests.
- Improved mouse behaviour when the cursor leaves the AnyDesk window while a mouse key is pressed.
- If the remote desktop becomes inaccessible due to insufficient rights, a message is displayed.
- Using the mirror driver can now be forced for non-server-systems which are too slow without mirror
driver.
- It is now possible to add firewall exceptions for AnyDesk by using the hostname "relay-*.anydesk.com".

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed IPC error in the portable version when the path of the executable contains unicode characters.
- Fixed crash when double-clicking on a tab in the options dialog.
- The portable version now automatically is able to control system processes when started on systems
with UAC disabled.
- Improved process startup handling to prevent IPC errors.
- Connections to AnyDesk could result in desk_rt_ipc_error when AnyDesk was started from a network drive.
- On some systems with unusual system path configuration AnyDesk did not start at all. Fixed.
- In some circumstances AnyDesk did not quit correctly while the renderer was busy.
- Fixed graphics glitches which occured when coming from a secure desktop with access denied.
- Sometimes, switching the monitor could cause graphics problems.

22.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.1
-----------------------

New Features
- Added an option to show the AnyDesk number instead of the Alias in the connection tab.
- New option to hide the own task bar when AnyDesk is maximized. This saves additional screen space.
- Registering a licence is now possible from the command line (e.g. from scripts).
- AnyDesk now sets its exit code. This is useful for diagnosing errors in scripts.

Fixed Bugs
- The installation and the update process should be more reliable now. In some cases, AnyDesk
could not be deinstalled or updated because a hanging process could not be terminated. This
would lead to not being able to connect to the machine any more after attempting to update.
- AnyDesk can now be installed if windows is running in safe mode.
- Fixed handling of service misconfigurations so the user gets a more helpful error message.
- Improved stability when clicking on the speed dial while a server connection is in progress.
- Fixed a painting glitch in the title bar.

18.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Chatting is now possible before authentication.
- Implemented session tab menu.
- Implemented an url handler for AnyDesk (anydesk:machine@ad).
- The names in the speed dial can be changed now.
- Improved the password strength calculation.
- Added license registration dialog.

Fixed Bugs
- Filetransfer does not block the image data any more (AnyDesk remains usable while a file is copied).
- Shutdown abort now works also on Windows XP.
- Improved stability when session is closed and when switching to fullscreen.
- Under certain conditions, the mouse cursor was hidden after session start. Fixed.
- Fixed a bug which caused a wrong icon to be used for AnyDesk.

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v1.2.1 [12-22-14]

22.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.1
-----------------------

New Features
- Added an option to show the AnyDesk number instead of the Alias in the connection tab.
- New option to hide the own task bar when AnyDesk is maximized. This saves additional screen space.
- Registering a licence is now possible from the command line (e.g. from scripts).
- AnyDesk now sets its exit code. This is useful for diagnosing errors in scripts.

Fixed Bugs
- The installation and the update process should be more reliable now. In some cases, AnyDesk
could not be deinstalled or updated because a hanging process could not be terminated. This
would lead to not being able to connect to the machine any more after attempting to update.
- AnyDesk can now be installed if windows is running in safe mode.
- Fixed handling of service misconfigurations so the user gets a more helpful error message.
- Improved stability when clicking on the speed dial while a server connection is in progress.
- Fixed a painting glitch in the title bar.

18.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Chatting is now possible before authentication.
- Implemented session tab menu.
- Implemented an url handler for AnyDesk (anydesk:machine@ad).
- The names in the speed dial can be changed now.
- Improved the password strength calculation.
- Added license registration dialog.

Fixed Bugs
- Filetransfer does not block the image data any more (AnyDesk remains usable while a file is copied).
- Shutdown abort now works also on Windows XP.
- Improved stability when session is closed and when switching to fullscreen.
- Under certain conditions, the mouse cursor was hidden after session start. Fixed.
- Fixed a bug which caused a wrong icon to be used for AnyDesk.

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v1.2.0 [12-18-14]

18.12.2014 - Beta 1.2.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Chatting is now possible before authentication.
- Implemented session tab menu.
- Implemented an url handler for AnyDesk (anydesk:machine@ad).
- The names in the speed dial can be changed now.
- Improved the password strength calculation.
- Added license registration dialog.

Fixed Bugs
- Filetransfer does not block the image data any more (AnyDesk remains usable while a file is copied).
- Shutdown abort now works also on Windows XP.
- Improved stability when session is closed and when switching to fullscreen.
- Under certain conditions, the mouse cursor was hidden after session start. Fixed.
- Fixed a bug which caused a wrong icon to be used for AnyDesk.

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v1.1.7 [11-27-14]

26.11.2014 - Beta 1.1.7
-----------------------

New Features
- Settings can now be removed completely during uninstallation
- All incoming connections are now logged with date and time and can be viewed in the about tab.
- Implemented Windows Jump List support
- Clear menu for speed dial
- Implemented Hotkeys: Press ctrl+alt+shift+
1..9: tab selection.
return: toggle fullscreen
c: open chat menu
S: toggle sound transmission
I: toggle input state
P: save screenshot
M: show mouse cursor
F3: view mode shrink
F4: view mode stretch
del: Send SAS sequence (press ctrl+alt+del on controlled machine)
- Double click on monitor tab goes to full screen mode

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed missing fullscreen menu for Windows XP and ddraw render mode.
- Improved stability
- Standby is disabled now properly during sessions
- The own AnyDesk id can now be copied from the id label through an AnyDesk session
- On slow/laggy connections, the mouse key events could get intermingled. This would cause unintended
mouse dragging and hanging mouse keys.
- Fixed Ctrl+Alt+Del (SAS) sequence in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008
- Better handling of misconfigurations of the service.
- AnyDesk now runs in safe mode with network if started manually.

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v1.1.6 [10-20-14]

17.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.6
-----------------------

New Features
- Implemented NAT traversal with UPnP.
- Improved the command line interface.
The password can be set now using the command line and the AnyDesk alias and ID can be obtained.
The installation process can now be started in the background from the command line.

Fixed Bugs
- Improved the connection mechanism.
- Under certain conditions, unconventional graphic drivers could lead to AnyDesk not transmitting any image at all.
In these cases, a slower but more reliable fallback mechanism for capturing the image is used.

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v1.1.5 [10-08-14]

07.10.2014 - Beta 1.1.5
-----------------------

New Features:
- The port that is used for external connections can now be configured.

Fixed Bugs
- The reconnect mechanism now retries the bootstrap servers, when the current server is down.
- AnyDesk now tries port its dedicated listen port when connecting externally.
- AnyDesk now works correctly when running as the Guest user.
- Fixed a crash that occurred when trying to connect too soon after startup.
- Fixed a problem with file copy & paste on Windows XP.

03.09.2014 - Beta 1.1.4
-----------------------

New Features
- Updated translations
- Added Estonian translation. Many thanks to Lauri Säde!

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash which mostly occured when AnyDesk was teminated and restarted while a session was open.
All newly started AnyDesk instances would crash then.
- Corrected language name of Chinese.
- Fixed a bug which caused the control process to crash at startup. File transfer did not work in this case.
- Fixed a crash of the frontend in ddraw mode (Windows XP) which occured when the screen saver engaged.

15.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Extended mouse buttons and horizontal wheel states are transmitted now.

Fixed Bugs
- When AnyDesk lost the network connection, it could happen in some conditions that it could not reconnect to the
server and remained offline until the machine was restarted.
- The file transfer now updates file date and time correctly.
- Implemented correct behaviour with swapped mouse buttons (left handed mouse).
- Fixed a bug which caused an missplaced uac dialog at system start if the service start was delayed.
This state is now signaled by a grey systray icon instead of the red one. As soon as the service is started,
the tray icon is updated.

05.08.2014 - Beta 1.1.2
-----------------------

New Features
- When a user logged in using a password, the accept window is minimized automatically.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed chat log.
- Fixed a crash in the frontend on Windows XP.
- Fixed a bug which caused AnyDesk to crash immediately after startup when it was started from a folder with
special characters.

29.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a crash when switching to fullscreen mode (when the remote system has multiple monitors).

25.07.2014 - Beta 1.1.0
-----------------------

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

18.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.3
-----------------------

New Features
- Authentication data can now be stored on connect. This won't store the password, but will
request a security token from the destination computer that will be used on the next login.
The feature can be disabled in the options tab. All tokens can be cleared there as well.
- The fingerprint of the remote side certificate can now be examined by looking at the lock
icons tooltip in the status bar.

Fixed Bugs
- Fixed a rare crash in the service process.
- Fixed a problem with the translation fallback for Spanish, Italian and Bulgarian. Some
strings were emtpy.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


05.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.2
-----------------------

New Features
- Mouse and keyboard input can now blocked from the frontend for the machine being controlled.

Fixed Bugs
- When there was a new version, the download immediately started in the browser, when the
frontend was started. Now, AnyDesk waits for the user to click, as expected.
- Fixed a problem when terminating the backend process.

Known Issues
- AnyDesk must be installed to work on Windows Server, which isn't officially supported yet.


03.06.2014 - Beta 1.0.1
-----------------------

Fixed Bugs
- Switching to fullscreen mode could lead to a crash when the remote mouse cursor was displayed.
- Multiple sessions could interfere with each other and crash the backend process.
- Sometimes the backend process crashed when terminating a session.
- The frontend process could crash in some circumstances on establishing a connection.


21.05.2014 - Beta 1.0.0
-----------------------

Initial release.

v1.1.0 [07-28-14]

New Features
- Experimental HTTPS proxy support (please contact us if you encounter any problems)
- Support for proxy authentication (Basic + Digest, NTLM is not supported yet)
- Support for the Web Proxy Autodiscovery protocol (WPAD)
- Text chat.
- Drop any saved connection from the speed dial to a quick link on your desktop folder.
- Connect via command line. Usage: "anydesk.exe alias@ad"
- A warning is shown if AnyDesk has insufficient rights (because it is not installed or
running as normal user) to control privileged applications

Fixed Bugs
- New AnyDesk network connect mechanism (this should fix some reconnect issues)
- Sometimes the mouse cursor was missing at session start.
- When AnyDesk was not running with system privileges, a user could activate a privileged window using the
task bar. This caused a lock-in, and no further actions were possible.
- Fixed crash which could occur during the fullscreen switch
- Fixed a crash which could occur when the move/size-helper was enabled
- AnyDesk now runs better on windows xp when the user is restricted.
- The tray icon is re-created when the explorer restarts
- Fixed a bug at the startup of the control process. This could lead to copy paste (text and files) malfunctioning.
- Connecting to Windows XP machines could result in desk_rt_ipc_error. This should not happen anymore.
- A problem in Windows XP with GDI+ which could lead to a crash directly after connecting. Provided workaround.
- If there is not enough system ram available, a message is shown instead of crashing.
- Fixed a crash which could occur sometimes at session termination (message callback was not cleaned up).

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