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  Reply # 1248820 1-Mar-2015 13:13
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Also using Teamviewer with Direct IP to my HTPC. Works well. 




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  Reply # 1248889 1-Mar-2015 15:49
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thanks all ...




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  Reply # 1248915 1-Mar-2015 17:14
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I use AnyDesk (http://anydesk.com) and it works really well, detects if it is on the local network.






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  Reply # 1248942 1-Mar-2015 17:24
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thanks. might have to try something other than teamviever if it keeps doesn't play ball with win 10 ... otherwise my htlaptop is lightning fast [yeah of course a new compter would be nice but the bank balance is a bit unbalanced at the mo] -

 

 

 

 the 5 year old win 7 installation is laggy. not sure why as i uninstalled just about everything i could think of [no viruses, no junk, no gazillion toolbars, no addons, nothing]. like - double click something. nothing happens. then something happens. so went to clean install win 10 :D




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  Reply # 1249147 2-Mar-2015 08:53
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To use direct IP with TeamViewer, had to change a few settings on the client end:
Open the Win7 firewall --> Advanced settings --> Inbound Rules
Scroll down and you'll find 4 TeamViewer references:
2 for Teamviewer Remote Control Application, and
2 for Teamviewer Remote Control Service

The problem is that all 4 references are set to "Public" only.
Double-click one of each reference, select the Advanced tab, and enable the "Private" checkboxes.




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  Reply # 1249163 2-Mar-2015 09:17
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Radmin works for this.

We use it at work, runs well over LAN.

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