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Our company has the custom Teamviewer hosts that we can run silently with the /S switch. The issue is that we can't connect due to it not setting a password that we know. Does anyone have any thoughts or scripts they can direct me to that will do a Teamviewer silent install and set the password with no user interaction?

  • You can make a package with a embedded password. Its on the Teamviewer site. – user415090 Feb 3 '15 at 13:19
  • I know you could in TV8 but on the website I could not find it in the customizations for 9 or 10 host. – Scott Chamberlain Apr 6 '15 at 3:09
  • No longer can with 9 and upwards. You need to set the password manually, and then export the reg keys, and import on the PC's in order to set the code. – user2924019 Jan 3 '17 at 17:26
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To create a custom password file:

  1. Open an existing installation of TeamViewer on any machine (this file will be machine agnostic, so it can be created from your – or any – Windows device)

  2. Open Extras > Options

  3. Open Advanced > Show advanced options

  4. Select “Export options to a *.reg file”

  5. Give your password file a unique name

Once created, you then need to go on to the PC you wish to import the password file on, and do the following:

  1. Open Extras > Options
  2. Open Advanced > Show advanced options
  3. Select "Import options from a *.reg file"
  4. Find the file you exported from the first computer.
  • would that work for example also via powershell script? – pastacool May 24 at 6:01
  • You certainly could do this with powershell. After exporting the reg, you could do reg import settings.reg – user2924019 May 27 at 18:26
  • sorry for beeing not clear enough, I know how to import a *.reg file via powershell, what I wanted to know was, if this exported password will also be "imported" by teamviewer, since the exported password will be imported into a "temporary" key and there is a distinctive "import reg" option in teamviewer? – pastacool May 28 at 8:10
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    Yes there is. prntscr.com/nuthr4. Although you don't need to import with TeamViewer for it to work. We deploy this out to our client's machines using a silent install script for the TeamViewer Host, and then just import a reg file. – user2924019 May 29 at 9:17
  • thx! I wasn't sure TV would use the PW if we would just import the *.reg file (can't test it atm) – pastacool May 29 at 9:40
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You would have to go into the setting on the Hosts and set the password(s) that you would like to use.

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    The OP wants to set the password silently without user interaction. – Epoc Oct 31 '14 at 13:44

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