Here is a sample PowerShell import script that imports a list of TeamViewer sessions into RDM using a simple CSV file format.
CSV format: Group, Name, Id, Password
$csv = Import-Csv $args;
foreach ($connection in $csv)
Write-Host ("Importing : " + $connection.Group + "\" + $connection.Name);
$session = New-RDM-Session -Name $connection.Name -Kind "TeamViewer"
$session.Group = $connection.Group;
$session.TeamViewer.ID = $connection.Id;
Set-RDM-Session $session -NoRefresh;
$pass = ConvertTo-SecureString $connection.Password -asplaintext -force;
Set-RDM-Password -ID $session.ID -Password $pass -NoRefresh;
edited by stefane on 4/29/2014
How did you get the .csv with all the details out of the teamviewer list in the first place?
Is there a better way to import TeamViewer connections?
Also wondering how you can export a list from TeamViewer. We are switching to TeamViewer and will have about 1,500 connections to import.
We do not hold a Teamviewer subscription, have you tried through their support?
A quick search revealed that they do have an API (https://integrate.teamviewer.com/en/develop/api/documentation/), sadly I cannot see if all subscription levels allow usage of the API.
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Customers that use Devolutions Server are provided free remote sessions for performing upgrades. Please send a request to the Devolutions Service Desk to get the process started.
Thanks for the script, unfortunately I get it not to run.
Can you explain the import again.
I launched PowerShell by RDM. (My version: 18.104.22.168) then run the script.
My CSV file looks like this: CUSTOMER \ TEST \ TEAMVIEWER, SERVERNAME, TV ID, PASSWORD TV - it is in the same directory.
The only message is "Done!"
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What column titles do you use in the CSV file? Is it Group, Name, ID, Password?
In the script, because the $connection object refer to these properties (ex:$connection.group), every property name must be used as the title of each column.
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