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I want to access my office computer with TeamViewer, but the ID that I usually use is gone because of a fresh installation. I have SSH access to the office machine, but I don't know where the log files containing the ID are located on a Mac OS X. Are they always in the same place?

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Perhaps a more easy solution is to just read the TeamViewer plist, e.g.

# defaults read /Library/Preferences/com.TeamViewer8.Settings.plist ClientID

(the above plist file is for TeamViewer 8, just change it to match your version)

If "defaults" fails try (e.g on OSX 10.6):

/usr/libexec/PlistBuddy -c "Print :ClientID" /Library/Preferences/com.TeamViewer8.Settings.plist

Anyway logs are found under ~/Library/Logs/TeamViewer/

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Better late than never. I ended up getting what I needed in another way, but I checked your answer and it worked. Thanks! – Aleksandar Savkov Sep 1 '14 at 10:29

Might be a little bit too late - but to whom it may concern:

If the above does not work for you:

Start System Utility "Console.app" (/Applications/Utilities/Console.app) and look at Files -> ~/Library/Logs/TeamViewer where you should find a Connections.txt as well as TeamViewerX_Logfile.log (whereas X stands for your TeamViewer version).

Even if you used many different TeamViewer versions in the past, the logfiles will still be there at one place!

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In mine (TeamViewer11 and prior versions) I found the relevant log in /Library/Logs/TeamViewer/Connections_incoming.txt – Otheus Jun 4 at 4:34

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