This article applies to all TeamViewer free users and customers with a Business, Premium, Corporate  or Tensor plan.

General

The TeamViewer Management Console is a web-based management platform for intuitively managing your TeamViewer contacts and logging TeamViewer connections.

In addition, the TeamViewer Management Console provides extensive functions for managing several TeamViewer accounts and managing them through an administrative account (company profile).

The TeamViewer Management Console can be reached via the Internet using a web browser – as a result, it can be called up independently of the operating system. A local database or Microsoft SQL server are not necessary.

Get started

There are several ways to reach the TeamViewer Management Console:

  • You can directly open up the Management Console via http://login.teamviewer.com or
  • on the TeamViewer websites in the top area under Login or
  • you can navigate via the TeamViewer fullversion. Please click on Connections --> Open Management Console... :

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After reaching the Management Console you can enter your login credentials. If you do not have set up an account yet, please do so now under Sign Up

Note: When logged in, please do not forget to activate your license under Edit profile.

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Features of the Management Console

Some functions of the TeamViewer Management Console, such as user management and connection report, are available only in conjunction with a TeamViewer Premium- or Corporate plan and a company profile.

Please check the full comparision of the different TeamViewer plans on our website to see which features are available for your plan.

The basic functions for connection, account and Computer & Contact management are available to all users.

Use the TeamViewer Management Console for some of the following tasks:

  • Centralized management of multiple TeamViewer accounts at a company level using the User management.
  • Customized TeamViewer modules with your logo, colors and texts to fit your corporate identity.
  • Configure setting policies for TeamViewer installed your devices from one location.
  • Management of customer's support requests, similar to a ticket system.
  • Logging TeamViewer connections for billing purposes or similar tasks.
  • Monitoring and tracking of your devices to improve the fault-free operation of your computers and devices.
  • TeamViewer connections out of the web browser or completely within the browser.
  • Management of TeamViewer contacts and computers.
  • Developing own plug-ins, add-ons and scripts for integration into own systems using the TeamViewer API or SDK.

Note: To be able to use the TeamViewer Management Console, you need a TeamViewer account.

Hint: Find a detailed description in the Manual for the Management Console.

Hint: If you would like to get an in-person session with one of our specialists and learn more about the Management Console in detail, you should visit our TeamViewer Academy and book an individual session with one of our pros. Contact us also for customized training packages.

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