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Posted by AnotherAdmin
Electron

Deploying Teamviewer on VDI Environment or via App-V

Hello

Since around 2 days I'm trying to get done with deploying Teamviewer under use of our Business License. We are working on virtualized Desktops provided trough Terminalserver (Citrix XenApp / HP Moonshot). I found no usable Information here on how to get Teamviewer running in such an environment.

I also failed to just deploy Teamviewer to a normal FAT-Client with SCCM with all this mixed up unsorted Information on this confusing Website. Teamviewer is always installing correctly but after Installation - boom - Free License. All attempts to assign an APITOKEN during deployment failed.

I also tried to sequence Teamviewer with App-V but I guess this is completely unsupported.

So please - HELP, Anyone.

Regards
AnotherAdmin

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Posted by AnotherAdmin
Electron
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Re: Deploying Teamviewer on VDI Environment or via App-V

By the way I also tried to find a possible solution by using Teamviewer Portable. Because it seems exactly what we need if the Hostname changes almost everytime when the Applications starts - which is exact the same behaviour in VDI Environments.

I figured out that we have to create an account for every User in our company which is using Teamviewer. Sorry but this is not practical. We will cancel our subscription and switch to another product which can be used on modern workplace environments.

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Posted by AnotherAdmin
Electron
Solution

Re: Deploying Teamviewer on VDI Environment or via App-V

By the way I also tried to find a possible solution by using Teamviewer Portable. Because it seems exactly what we need if the Hostname changes almost everytime when the Applications starts - which is exact the same behaviour in VDI Environments.

I figured out that we have to create an account for every User in our company which is using Teamviewer. Sorry but this is not practical. We will cancel our subscription and switch to another product which can be used on modern workplace environments.