Posted by: paragon | February 21, 2007

What does TeamViewer Install and what files does it use?

Company: TeamViewer

Description:

The German TeamViewer GmbH was founded in 2005 and is fully focused on development and distribution of high-end solutions for remote support. A fast start and high growth rates have led to more than 350.000 installations in more than 50 countries all over the world. It provides us with the remote control TeamViewer that is simple fast and secure desktop sharing, and works behind firewall also.

Characteristics:

  • Remote Control without Installation.
  • Remote Presentation of Products, Solutions and Services.
  • File Transfer.
  • Works behind Firewalls.

Installation: Installed through EXE

Process: DynGate.exe

Screenshots:

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Used folders:

  • C:\Program Files\DynGate
  • C:\Documents and Settings\Sapna\Start Menu\Programs\DynGate

Used files:

  • C:\Program Files\DynGate\DynGate.exe
    [425984 Bytes] Application
  • C:\Program Files\DynGate\License.txt
    [2274 Bytes] Text Document
  • C:\Program Files\DynGate\uninstall.exe
    [22744 Bytes] Application
  • C:\Documents and Settings\Sapna\Desktop\TeamViewer.lnk
    [591 Bytes] Shortcut
  • C:\Documents and Settings\Sapna\Start Menu\Programs\DynGate\DynGate.lnk
    [1444 Bytes] Shortcut
  • C:\Documents and Settings\Sapna\Start Menu\Programs\DynGate\License.lnk
    [582 Bytes] Shortcut
  • C:\Documents and Settings\Sapna\Start Menu\Programs\DynGate\Uninstall.lnk
    [1379 Bytes] Shortcut

For added information about this solution contact:  

ParagonHost, LLC http://www.paragonhost.com

“World Class Internet Solutions”

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