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TeamViewer - Way to tell if Remote Connection

TeamViewer - Way to tell if Remote Connection

TeamViewer - Way to tell if Remote Connection


My client is running a custom accounting application.

The client desires to have certain information limited when the user starts the application using a TeamViewer remote connection.

I can make this happen for the client if I know that the accounting program was started by the remote user.

Is there any system call available, to TeamViewer, to let a program know if the application is being run using TeamViewer

Any example of a call, API or example in VBA, would be greatly appreciated.

All that is needed is to know if the application was started remotely from a TeamViewer user.

Thanks In Advance for your help,

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