It's been a while since I played around with distributing the host module. Maybe the following instructions (TeamViewer MSI Manual) will help you. Interesting are points 1, 3 and 4.3.
Forget the assignment tool and use the AD. Ignore the PowerShell script TrustConfigID.ps1 as well. At least we never found it.
We distribute TeamViewer via SoftwareManager. Here I'm not 100% sure for the host module, but try the following command to roll it out.
"msiexec.exe /i TeamViewer_Host.msi /qn CUSTOMCONFIGID=123abc APITOKEN=abcdefghijkl12345678 ASSIGNMENTOPTIONS="--alias %COMPUTERNAME% --group Test --grant-easy-access" IMPORTREGFILE=1 /lvx* C:\tmp\log.txt"
"msiexec.exe /i TeamViewer_Host.msi /qn" -- performs the installation silently "CUSTOMCONFIGID=" -- Your Custom Config ID from the host module (visible in the GUI) "APITOKEN=" -- Your Api-Token (visible in the GUI) "ASSIGNMENTOPTIONS=" -- Only work with the CMD! -- Definition of alias, TeamViewer group, possibly easy access, import of TeamViewer_Settings.reg "/lvx* C:\tmp\log.txt" -- Writes a log file
IMPORTANT: Use CMD to execute the command, NOT PowerShell.
Hope this gets you ahead!
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Try this: Press Windows key Type in TeamViewer Right click on the application Run as administrator (If necessary, enter admin user data) Now the functions should be selectable. Alternative: Shift + right click on the application, e.g. on the desktop. Run as administrator Hope this helps.
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