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Teamviewer Ok, so I downloaded it to my computer. Does the customer also have to have it installed on their computer? Can you tell me the procedure pls?

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    Swilin Sampson May 17, 2008

    Cool..thnaks Ekse..Just tried the logmein .thing on my own PC.
    Pretty neat..


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They need to have the customer module, its a small download on the downloads page, see below for direct link


This is what I tell them

ok, download and run this file http://www.teamviewer.com/download/TeamViewerQS.exe then send me the id and password so I can connect. and leave the window open
It can be hard sometimes to get it to work. so

heres also the alternative I've been useing
https://secure.logmeinrescue.com/HelpDesk/Home.aspx

it costs 130usd a month about, theres a free trial, Never had any issues with that one. Very simple to use.

with teamviewer people sometimes have a hard time downloading the customer module.. beleave it or not. at best it took 30 minutes to get the customer module open on the remote pc and him to send me the id and password from the window.

If you got a extra pc try it on it, so you get the feel for it and learn how it works.

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