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I'm sharing desktop screen using teamviewer.

I have an application where I type userId and password ?

I don't want to show this to the shared users.

can I masks screen in teamviewer ?

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Which side of teamviewer are you on?

If you're the client (connecting in remotely), you can blank the monitor temporarily -- "Action > Show black screen" on the toolbar.

If you're hosting, try this maybe?
http://superuser.com/questions/349946/how-can-i-share-only-one-window-with-teamviewer

That will allow you to un-share apps, and re-share them again.

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[quote name='GreenMartian' timestamp='1347264470' post='595162473']
Which side of teamviewer are you on?

If you're the client (connecting in remotely), you can blank the monitor temporarily -- "Action > Show black screen" on the toolbar.

If you're hosting, try this maybe?
[url="http://superuser.com/questions/349946/how-can-i-share-only-one-window-with-teamviewer"]http://superuser.com...with-teamviewer[/url]

That will allow you to un-share apps, and re-share them again.
[/quote]

I'm giving my teamviewer's id and password to a tech support guy who will connect to my system for some support work.

which solution is for me ?

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