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Teamviewer... what to do next... I finished downloading team viewer and gave me a screen with user id Removed and also it gave a password: Removed My question what to do next so I can connect to my work computer?

Edited by Valinorum, 06 August 2015 - 11:13 PM.
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You are to download, install, and run TeamViewer on the PC you wish to connect with yours. On that PC, you will get an USER-ID and Password. From your TeamViewer, put the work computer's ID in the Partener's ID. Put a check mark on 'Remote Control'. Click on 'Connect to Partner'. You will be asked for a password. Type the password of the work-computer's TeamViewer. You will be connected.

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Because of your information. I have connect with one of my old friend.


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Because of your information. I have connect with one of my old friend.

 

You can share your comments here regarding your experience as it valued a lot!  :D

 

Regards  :wave:


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