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Teamviewer for Windows / Re: Newcomer's Question
« Last post by aradii on February 17, 2020, 09:30:56 AM »
Hi guys, Sorry for my newbie question but I did not know anything about Teamviewer, until today, I had to give a guy at work the access to my PC to help me to set up something. I am kinda worried now. I deleted Teamviewer immediately after everything was done. I wonder if he can still access my PC? Help please, Thank you.
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Teamviewer for Windows / Installation of v15 freezes before completion
« Last post by johnnieq on February 16, 2020, 10:40:06 AM »
I use the free version as a hobby to help friends with their PC issues. On a PC with a fresh installation of Windows 10, installtion of TeamViewer 15 installation freezes at the same step every time.

"Please wait while TeamViewer is being installed.
Rename: C:\Program Files (x86)\TeamViewer\x64\TeamViewerVPN.sy_"


I can cleanup all traces of the failed install, try again, and fail again at the same step.
Any ideas on how to solve this?
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Teamviewer for Windows / Control remote mouse using Android
« Last post by hendis on December 22, 2019, 08:06:09 PM »
I am trying to control my computer's mouse from my Android phone. I am connecting from a Samsung Note 5 (with a mouse attached with an OTG cable) to a Windows 10 PC (with a mouse attached to that system, too).

I want to fully control the Windows 10 computer INCLUDING ITS MOUSE. My alternative is to tap on the screen of my android, which I don't want to do, because that method is very slow. Workable, but slow.

I can find a spare keyboard and/or mouse. Now, I'd like to connect either of them to my phone, and then use TeamViewer to connect to (and control) a computer.

Any ideas, help or solutions?
Thanks to anybody and everybody that can help.
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Teamviewer for Windows / "Phantom" Multiple monitors
« Last post by bramelson on November 04, 2019, 11:02:56 AM »
I have a windows 10 pc configured with 2 monitors and the TeamViewer multiple monitors feature works great with it.  But I recently got a new computer and I want to take the older one and use it without any monitors by using Teamviewer.  And that works, but it only allows a single 'monitor' of 1600x1200.  Is there a way to configure the PC to trick it into thinking there are 2 monitors (each 1920x1080) and use the multi-monitor feature of Teamviewer?
Thanks.
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UltraViewer / Re: UltraViewer HomePage
« Last post by Coover on October 09, 2019, 07:12:21 PM »
I have not been succesfull moving a file from the "Control" computer to the "Remote" computer. This is easily done with TeamViewer. Unfortunately, they consider me "Commercial" when I am not. Hopfully, they will see the error of their ways and give me access again.
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Teamviewer for Windows / Team viewer desktop position
« Last post by acooldozen on October 07, 2019, 08:43:51 AM »
Team Viewer does NOT remember it's position on Desktop at startup!
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Teamviewer for Windows / WebDAV access through Teamviewer connection?
« Last post by pstein on September 17, 2019, 10:57:16 PM »
My Teamviewer remote control with "normal" GUI from Win7 notebook (client) to Win7 DesktopPC (server) works without problems.

However what I sometimes additionally need is a kind of pure files/directory access-only onto the remote computer.

The problem is that my DesktopPC is in an inhouse LAN which in turn is behind a cable network (router).
Since this cable network works NOT with IPv4 but with a special DSlite protocol I cannot use the "common" techniques to access
the remote desktop pc with "net use" commands or something like that.

I prefer not to use a VPN.

So I am investigating at first a way to access the remote desktop pc through a teamviewer connection

Transferring many files through the TeamViewer GUI is on the long-term unhandy and cumbersome.
I don't need GUI for this task which slows down transfer speed of files.

So I would like to ask for a solution.

How can I browse through a remote dir tree and transfer files in bulk through a teamviewer connection WITHOUT (activated) GUI?

An almost perfect way would be if I could use an existing teamviewer connection and enter a WEBDAV command on top.
This way I could mount a remote directory locally on my notebook as new drive in Windows Explorer.

Is this possible?

Peter
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Teamviewer for Mac/iPad/iPhone / Re: COMMERCIAL USE DETECTED
« Last post by Danl on September 02, 2019, 07:27:38 AM »
OK, it's bye-bye time for Teamviewer. It was nice while it lasted. Chrome Remote Desktop and AnyDesk (coupled with Dropbox for file transfer) are sweet. I'm not going to waste my time recommending TV to anyone.
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Teamviewer for Linux / Connection Question
« Last post by mdavidjohnson on August 21, 2019, 11:50:21 AM »
I'm running TeamViewer 14.4.2669 in Debian 10 Buster.

One of my machines is installed in a different city where my son and grandchildren live. It has separate user accounts for each of them, a sudoer account for me, and I can also ssh in to the root account if necessary.

I'm having difficulty establicshing a robust TeamViewer connection mechanism between here and there.

If I start TeamViewer from my sudoer account in person in that other city, it comes up with "Allow Remote Control ID X XXX XXX XXX on which I've installed a personal password". From my location back here, I can then access that machine in that other city from TeamViewer with no problem.

However, if I logout from that machine so one of the grandkids can get on, the TeamViewer session drops out and I can no longer connect.

I've tried going to the Command Line Interface at my location back here and SSHing to their machine and then entering:
   export DISPLAY=:0
   nohup teamviewer &
   
It starts TeamViewer on the grandkids' machine, but with "Allow Remote Control ID Y YYY YYY YYY" ( where Y YYY YYY YYY does not equal X XXX XXX XXX ), and ONLY if I'm loggen in personally there. So that idea didn't work.

I need to be able to login at odd hours to check the remote machine's status. I can do that via SSH if necessary, but TeamViewer would be nicer.

Any suggestions?
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Teamviewer for Linux / How to move a connection to a new group?
« Last post by HippoMan on August 17, 2019, 10:06:23 AM »
I'm running TeamViewer 14.5.1691 under Linux.

I have a number of connections set up, and some of them appear in the "My Computers" group.
I want to move some of them to another group, which I am calling "Local". I have been
unable to find a way to do this, neither in the Linux TeamViewer GUI, nor via the TeamViewer
web site.

I can show the "Properties" of each of these connections, and the name of the group is shown.
However, those properties are greyed out and do not permit changes.

Is there any way I can move these connections to a new group?

Thank you very much.
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