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Hi,

 Is it possible to prevent clients from connecting other partners?

I mean that only our support can connect the clients but the clients can not do any connection. I have seen this at the configuration out TW in our supported Print Server.

 Thank you in advance

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  • mLipok
    mLipok Posts: 778 Star

    In configuration change to not showing ID and Password.
    And add your computer/device/contact to WhiteList
    Of course you should make a password for TV Configuration.

    Regards,
    mLipok , AutoIt MVP
  • AKSupp
    AKSupp Posts: 5

    Hi,

    Thank you for your reply.

    Sorry but I think I could not explain my Problem!

    I am looking for something like Fig.1

    Fig1.jpg

    My actual TeamViewer looks like Fig.2.

    Fig2.jpg

     This means that the client should not be able to make an outgoing connection.

    (Sorry, the Figs are in German).

    Thanks

     Regards

  • mLipok
    mLipok Posts: 778 Star

    Configuration / Security / Password strength / Block
    Configuration / Main / Incomming LAN connection / Allow only

     hmm... I see you want to The ID will be invisible ?
    I know this is possible with HOST but I'm not sure about TV Standalone APP and QuickSupport.

     

    Regards,
    mLipok , AutoIt MVP
  • Erha-ah
    Erha-ah Posts: 14

    Hey AKSupp,

    You can do this by using a "host" instead of a full client. 
    From the manual:

    TeamViewer Host is installed as a Windows system service. Computers on which TeamViewer Host is installed can be administered with TeamViewer immediately upon system start (and before Windows login). Outgoing connections are not possible.

    For detailed information please check the "Manual for remote control", specifically chapter 11.4 on page 92. You can find the manuals here: https://www.teamviewer.com/en/support/documents/

  • AKSupp
    AKSupp Posts: 5

    Thank you very much for all of you.

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