I wondered how I can remove devices, which haven't connected to teamviewer for a certain period of time, like 60 to 90 days.
Finding out which devices are not there anymore and can be removed would be highly effortful. So I wish there was a possibility to either remove them automatically or create a report or something like this out of Teamviewer management Console.
When i log in to the Management Console I can see the offline devices also when I click into a group I can see which devices are online and which are not and how long they have been offline for.
So there has to be a way to collect this information into a list, without having to do it manually?
Please point me into the right direction. Thanks!
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In regards to the original post, currently offline devices would have to be deleted from the Computers & Contacts list of the Management Console manually. While you can organize the devices within the group based on their Online/Offline status, you would still need to go to the device properties and click the delete link in the General section
I have submitted a feature request for this, and have moved this post to the Ideas board, for better clarity.
Thanks again for your contributions!
You can use the "Remove-TeamViewerOutdatedDevice " script to delete outdated devices