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how to change and/or show teamviewer password remotely over ssh without GUI?

For some reasons my teamviewer password does not work anylonger. I cannot change by GUI because of resolution problems in my rasperry and tightVNC (650x....).

I know that i get the id by /usr/bin/teamviewer -info - but is there a way to get also the password i have choosen? OR is there a possibility to change the password by console/terminal?

I have tried teamviewer -password <mypassword> which says afterwards OK while changing but i cannot connect with this credentials.

I can use the password created by random without problems but i want my default one.

thx for helping!

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  • ChristianCay
    ChristianCay Posts: 182 Staff member 🤠

    Dear cybermailer,

    Thank you for contacting TeamViewer.

    Let's check if your ID is not switching when you're changing the password.

    When you do the passwd command it should stay with no problem.

    please run the following commands

    teamviewer info
    sudo teamviewer passwd [password]
    teamviewer info

    Please verify that TeamViewer info always show the same ID

    Let's us know the result so we can determine a solution for you.

     

    Best regards,

    Christian

    Did my reply answer your question? Accept it as a solution to help others, Thanks.
  • After executing the commands @ChristianCay , I am seeing there Teamviewer License Agreement, which is hindering the connection. How to Accept it from ssh terminal.


    @ChristianCay wrote:

    Dear cybermailer,

    Thank you for contacting TeamViewer.

    Let's check if your ID is not switching when you're changing the password.

    When you do the passwd command it should stay with no problem.

    please run the following commands

    teamviewer info
    sudo teamviewer passwd [password]
    teamviewer info

    Please verify that TeamViewer info always show the same ID

    Let's us know the result so we can determine a solution for you.

     

    Best regards,

    Christian


     

  • Hi, 

    I did what you suggested, but this does not answer the question was asked.

    assuming ID remains the same, 
    How can one obtain the password via ssh?

    all the best, 
    Eitan

  • TV-Rene
    TV-Rene Posts: 30

    Hey @shailusuriyal,

     

    You can accept it when running "teamviewer setup" in a terminal.

    Alternatively, you can accept them manually by adding "[int32] EulaAccepted = 1" into /etc/teamviewer/global.conf

     

    Best regards,
    Rene

    Rene - 2nd Level Support
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