Operating system: Windows
Release date: 2020-03-24
Will the mass deployment guide be updated with information about the new SETTINGSFILE parameter? Seems odd that you push a change like that with no additional information about it. I can't even find how to create a .tvopt file - can I only do that after I've updated to 15.4.4445? I'm on 15.3.8497 but only have the option to create a .reg file with settings.
You haven't even updated the manuals that comes with the download of the .msi-installs - what gives? There's not ONE sentence about the SETTINGSFILE parameter. Seems awfully rushed, and badly handled.
I can answer my own question - Yes you need to update before you get the option to create a .tvopt-file. Clear as glass...
Hello Teamviewer, I found the new SETTINGSFILE option for the TVOPT file.
However, it seems the file can only be found when the full path is used. When using Mass softwaredeployment tools like Microsoft SCCM this is to say the least unhandy, as the installers are dropped in cached folders so the path is different with every installation.
SETTINGSFILE=C\TEST\TeamViewer_Settings.tvopt --> Works
SETTINGSFILE=TeamViewer_Settings.tvopt --> Does not work.
Error is: Settings file does not exist or could not be accessed: TeamViewer_Settings.tvopt
Instead, we also need to be able to use filename only to call it in the MSI parameters.
Can you please fix this before IMPORTREGFILE=1 is being deprecated?
I was skeptical about Teamviewer 15 release, but with recent versions, the improvment on Computer & contacts window is really appreciated.
Since It's the only window I use (for connecting to computers), it's really nice to have a small window, plus the new indicator at bottom is really useful.
If you're still motivated by improving it, can you allow the topbar field ("Insert partner ID") to conserve history (like the "partner ID" field in the historical home page) ?
Keep up the good work !
I can only use the file's full path. We need to be able to call the file how ever we want as when mass deploying the installer the install files are always in a random cache folder.