Author Topic: Connecting via a downloaded config/profile file  (Read 299 times)

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Connecting via a downloaded config/profile file
« on: May 15, 2017, 05:32:46 PM »
Is there a way to launch Teamviewer from a connection file?

I use a management program, and to connect to machines a temporary file is downloaded in the browser.  On a Windows system, I simply double-click on the file and it opens in TeamViewer and connects.

I've haven't been able to get this working in Linux (Debian), I tried, for example, to type teamviewer and then the path to the connection file. I even tried entering the information in the file manually (target ID,  and the password)


Here is what a teamviewer connection profile looks like (I replaced sensitive info with xxxxx's)


$cat tvcontrol.tvc
[TeamViewer Configuration]
controlID={xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxx}
targetID=4xxxxxxxxx
action=RemoteSupport
allowWhiteLabel=1
hideFreeVersionNotes=1
[Sign Configuration]
checksum=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxw==
[Customer Configuration]
password=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx=



Any ideas?

Thanks


 

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