The only reason for us to use TeamViewer is to remote desktop to machines that are connected to NATed networks. VNC would be fine (and was actually fine for years) if everybody would be in a LAN/WAN connected office. But most of our users are on the road most of the time and connected to home/hotel/client networks that do not allow direct IP access. I did manage to hack TeamViewer 5 and the required 32bit support into a WinPE 1809 x64 image though and suprisingly it works. But the effort to maintain such a completely unsupported environment is huge and would not be necessary if TeamViewer would offer a native 64bit Host or QuickSupport client. Our support staff is swtiching more and more to ad-hoc **Third Party Product** meetings for standard user support. Since **Third Party Product** is already paid for and does allow desktop sharing, there is no real need to pay extra for TeamViewer. **Third Party Product** would not work in WinPE - but neither does TeamViewer officially - so at some point in the future, someone will start asking why are we paying extra for TeamViewer without getting what we need...
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There should be a 64bit version of TeamViewer, at least for TV Host, because there a Windows systems that do not have the 32bit sub-system installed (Server Core and WinPE for example) and can therefore not run TeamViewer Host or any other TV version.
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