The default settings of Recipient
On the main interface of AnyViewer, go to Settings and choose "Recipient". Then, you can see the default settings of Recipient.
There are three options: Allow to accept remote control; Allow temporary security code; Set my security code. The first two options are enabled by default.
✔ Allow to accept remote control: allow this PC to receive a control request from another device and the request needs to be confirmed manually on this PC.
✔ Allow temporary security code: generate a temporary security code automatically and allow this PC to be controlled by inputting a temporary security code. You can send your partner the temporary security code for remote support.
✔ Set my security code: set the security code for this PC manually and allow this PC to be controlled at any time by inputting the security code.
☞ Note: For differences between temporary security code and security code set manually, refer to All Things about Security Code in AnyViewer.
Enable or disable options under different situations
Now, you have realized the meaning of different options. And it's time to see when to enable or disable these options.
► To enable this PC remote access via "security code", "temporary security" and "control request" using AnyViewer, enable the three options at the same time.
After inputting the device ID of this computer and clicking "Connect" from another computer, you can choose to send a request or input (temporary) security code to achieve remote access.
► To enable this PC remote access only via "control request", enable the first option and disable the other two options.
► To enable this PC remote access only via "temporary security code", enable the second option and disable the other two options.
► To enable this PC remote access only via "security code", enable the third option, input the security code, and save it. Then, disable the other two options.
► To disable this PC remote access via security code, temporary security code, and control request, diable the three options.
After inputting the device ID of this PC and clicking "Connect" from another device, you can only get a message saying "This device is not enabled to be accessed.
✍ Note: If the two devices have logged into the same account and are assigned to the same account, the remote connection between them still can be achieved even the three options are disabled.