Is there any way to make TeamViewer to start upon boot?
If you just want TeamViewer to start when you're logged in (including if your computer is set to automatically log in on boot), then do what CaseyIT says. If you want TeamViewer to genuinely start on boot, you need to use
First, you'll need to identify the actual executable. Open a terminal and look around in the TeamViewer bundle - the executable will likely be at
Once you know what program you're tracking, you can create a
Save this in
This will cause launchd to load the item which will cause it to start TeamViewer on boot. As a bonus,
Alternatively, Lingon provides a graphical interface to
In the account you want it to start in:
Add Team Viewer to the list there.
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protected by Community♦ Jun 29 '11 at 23:36
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