Wanted to see if anyone has a liable solution to deploy TeamViewer v7.0 via KACE.

Currently getting same ID for all the roll outs we have  and have to go manually to each PC to remove the regiestry to generate a new ID.

Please help!

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If you (and you should in a corporate environment) have a license, download the MSI installer from: http://www.teamviewer.com/en/download/msi.aspx

This guide should give you enough pointers to get you started: ftp://77.222.150.84/Soft/TeamViewer-6.0.11117_RePack/TeamViewer%20Install%20Original%20&%20MSI%20Package%20RePack/ReadMe.pdf

 

Answered 07/04/2012 by: andemats
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  • Oh, sorry I forgot to mention I have no idea how to deploy via KACE, but I guess if you have an MSI, it should not be a problem.
  • Thanks for the info, but MSI file isnt a problem to deploy via KACE. It is the aftermath of the ID which is a pain to change for each PC.
  • I seriously doubt the vendor MSI sets the same ID on all PC's.
    I've used an older version of the TeamViewer MSI, and did not have this issue.

    Do you have the vendor MSI, or did you build/snapshot your own MSI?
    If you did build your own MSI, make sure you did not add the ID information (in the registry) from your packaging machine.
  • Noted, I will check this whilst I create the MSI. What packaging tool do you use at your end and what do you recommend?
  • I use Wise at the current customer and that's what I feel most comfortable with, but I guess I'll be going for Admin Studio next as they killed Wise.
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A MSI should be relatively simple under a managed install. Usually, you can find what the install parameters are by navigating to the MSI from a command prompt and typing "file.msi /?" or "file.msi /help"

K1000 KKE's: https://support.software.dell.com/k1000-systems-management-appliance/kb?k=KKE


Some Teamviewer specific information:

http://www.itninja.com/software/teamviewer/teamviewer/4-2670

http://www.itninja.com/blog/view/teamviewer-id-custom-inventory-rule

Answered 07/04/2012 by: jknox
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  • Is there a workaround if you don't have a network share as we don't have a domain controller as yet?
  • You can create a share on any windows workstation
  • ok..
  • You can connect to any workstation by \\workstationname\share. If you allow everyone access to the share you will not need authentification or you can setup a local account to attach with.
  • All current recordings are accessible at http://www.kace.com/support/training/kke/archive

    The recording listed in this post is no longer available. A newer version of this may be available at the archive above.

    Ron Colson
    KACE Advisor
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Do not start teamviewer after installing.  wait till you deploy before starting.

Answered 07/05/2012 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • Any ideas how to get the bat file to roll out via KACE alongside by deploying the MSI file. Any step by step method here as I cant get this to work.
  • You can start it, just make sure to exclude the ID from the registry when compiling.
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