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Topic # 80674 2-Apr-2011 17:10
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Hi,
I was wondering if I could use TeamViewer so that it only used the network to transmit the data, not the internet. I don't really want to be using all of my data up using it. 

BTW - the other computer is on the network. 

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  Reply # 454550 2-Apr-2011 17:18
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Never tried it but usually you would VNC for LAN access. No internet needed at all.




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  Reply # 454561 2-Apr-2011 18:03
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enable incoming lan connections in teamviewer (client)

type the machine name or lan ip address in the partner ID

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 454564 2-Apr-2011 18:25
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never done that



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  Reply # 454565 2-Apr-2011 18:33
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dan: enable incoming lan connections in teamviewer (client)

type the machine name or lan ip address in the partner ID

Excellent, thanks! 



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  Reply # 454567 2-Apr-2011 18:34
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billgates: Never tried it but usually you would VNC for LAN access. No internet needed at all.

Assuming you mean remote access programs by VNC, TV allows you to connect to anyone anywhere as long as you have their number and password.

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  Reply # 454611 2-Apr-2011 20:35
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Also RDP for lan is good too




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