Which types of devices do you users use this solution on (PCs, servers, mobile, tablet, iOS, Android, Windows, LINUX, etc.)?
It works well on a Linux laptop or desktop. Linux support has been huge for me because that is what I use for my computer systems. To be able to have something which works properly on the operating system that I prefer is great.
With Raspberry Pi out there with TeamViewer on it, you are not having to kick somebody at the customer site off of their computer in order to get access to a desktop, then fire up a browser to look at somethings locally.
I have some Linux test virtual machines that I do connect to using TeamViewer.View full review »
In addition to servers, we use it on Mac and Windows end-user machines. And we have devices that are digital signage that run on Linux, and we use it to control them as well... We have a lot of Macs in our organization, and TeamViewer being cross-platform is a good thing. It does a nice job.View full review »
It is used on a mix of Mac and Windows machines.View full review »
My users use it almost exclusively on Windows PCs. I have connected to a Mac probably one or two times in about eight years, and I have connected from my phone to a client twice. Because I'm working on ERP systems that work in the Windows environment, I don't have much cause to jump on to anything other than a Windows PC. The times that I have had to jump onto a Linux machine or a Mac, I found that the interface is consistent and it doesn't present any problems.View full review »
I use it on a Windows PC.View full review »
The vast majority of our users use TeamViewer on Windows machines. Some are desktops, some are tablets, and the latter range from a Surface Pro to a more substantial, military-ruggedized type of tablet.View full review »
TeamViewer is installed specifically on our desktop machines. We do also use some laptops that are on Windows 10, and there are a couple of Mac OS X machines we've used to remotely connect.View full review »
The use case is mainly PC and laptop support for our internal staff, where TeamViewer is distributed locally through Group Policy.View full review »
We use TeamViewer on computers, like laptops and servers. We also have tablets, but only one or two. Whereas, we have like 1,000 Windows Servers.View full review »
My boss and I both have TeamVeamer installed on PCs at the campus. We both have the app on our mobile phones. I have it on my personal laptop at home along with my tablet at home.
We remote into PCs at the campus, and one of those PCs is used as a server.View full review »