Thank you for your message.
Please note that we've responded to the ticket you've created. However, I will additionally duplicate the information here, so that the other users in the thread could also see it.
Unfortunately, Ask user permission
feature is only available as a global setting for now, i.e. once enabled, it will be active for all connection modes.
However, you can enable it individually for some certain users as a part of the Remote Utilities Security
authentication method (and each user can have individual permissions for connection modes) - please note that individual per-user settings that override the global settings.
Therefore, as a temporary workaround, you can set up some users with the "Ask user permission" feature disabled for them and other users who will have to use it when connecting to a remote Host.
In addition, please note that you can always find more details on what's included in the latest releases on our Release Notes
Please let us know if you have more questions.