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But the program seems to require some kind of registration, and I am a bit of a privacy fanatic.
Does anyone know how could I set a fixed (between reboots) password without registering? S: The command: (tested on Ubuntu and Kali, and Windows seems not to have it as for today, on March 2014): the Teamviewer windows simply does not open.
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I think the future will confirm us details about our privacy with remote control programs that will scare us (Snowden showed us some examples, didn't he? You will now see a hidden password beside the pencil.
Your custom password is now stored and Teamviewer will always accept it, but you did not send any registration data. I suppose will work on most of the other operating systems.
If someone knows how to make it work, please tell me, I would prefer it.
For the rest, you are right, @Loren Pechtel, they could know much more than they are supposed to know.actually is normal that it doesn't show any window. But I can not connect; just like if there were no Teamviewer program (server) listening or opened. I did open a thread on Ask Ubuntu (since it is more appropriate) here: askubuntu.com/questions/425494/…"I am excited to be in El Paso and I am ready to assist you and your family!I use often Team Viewer both for Windows and Linux (sometimes even for other platforms, like Android) As long as ID does not change between Teamviewer reopenings, it would be useful to define a permanent password so I can connect remotely.
Why not just get a free e-mail account somewhere and use that to register?Mostly for faster configuring the Team Viewer server itself.