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anyone use teamviewer.com (free version)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by darrensss, Nov 5, 2011.

  1. darrensss

    darrensss Power Member

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    im trying to find a way how i can dial into my home laptop while im in my office. so far i have found teamviewer.com

    If i install the software on my office pc and then before i leave in the morning start a 'remote control session' on my laptop and email the details to the office will i be able to connect when i reach my office?
    Are there any timelimits on this?
    When someone connects to a machine does the receiving pc have to accept the connection etc ????

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. chipmunk951

    chipmunk951 Senior Member

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    No time limits.

    When you connect it'll ask for a generated password on the receieving PC that you have to enter in, that's all.
     
  3. thetvnun

    thetvnun Power Member

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    yes, you can do that. you need to install teamviewer on both computers with the same account information. the downside is that the pc at home will be able to access the pc at work as well; anyway, the pc at home must be on and the power options must be set so that it does not go into stand-by. you do not need to initiate a session, when you log into your pc at work you click "my computers" and you will see your home computer.
     
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    fxphil Senior Member

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  5. GiftGuru

    GiftGuru Supreme Member

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    teamviewer is good stuff...been using it for 5 years now
     
  6. darrensss

    darrensss Power Member

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    thanks for the help people! :)
     
  7. Madruga

    Madruga Senior Member

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    Check out join.me

    It's pretty cool, discovered it, a member from here showed it to me :)
     
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    memyselfi Junior Member

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    looks good! thanks for the heads up
     
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    This is Proper Information!
     
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    xboxps3wow Power Member

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    why not use RDP? I find that it has the best quality out of many, many I tried.
     
  11. poziko

    poziko Junior Member

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    I also use teamviewer and think it is one of the best. Plus it is free. I think you can set it up so you can automatically connect to your PC as well.
     
  12. marketingwise

    marketingwise Junior Member

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    I use tv almost daily. I have a VA in india he can sign into my computer any time he wants.
    I use the free version I am sure it would work the same for you and fulfill your needs. If this helps click the thanks button/
    if you have trouble with it pm me
     
  13. kvmcable

    kvmcable Supreme Member

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    Google's Gbridge is what I switched to. It's free and works fine for me.
     
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    flx89 Senior Member

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    i've used it two years go, a client wanted to check something from my computer before selling him my website. It worked perfect
     
  15. daimon

    daimon BANNED BANNED

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    i think the teamviewer is good to connect to your friend.

    i usually use this ...
    cheers.
     
  16. imagetypers

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    upl8t Regular Member

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    Teamviewer looks interesting. Going to try it out. Thanks.
     
  18. xfactornos

    xfactornos Regular Member

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    Gbridge is in no way affiliated with or endorsed by Google Inc. :D
     
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    onlineworker_007 Regular Member

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    yeah that fine i am using them in my rdsl but they are paid verison
    still free verison is good
     
  20. soma56

    soma56 Regular Member

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    I originally used teamviwer with only minor problems. However, I discovered Logmein.com and never looked back. Very intelligent setup and it's free.