TeamViewer 9.0.29480

TeamViewer is the fast, simple and friendly solution for remote access over the Internet - all applications in one single, very affordable module.

Remote control of computers over the Internet, Instantly take control over a computer anywhere on the Internet, even through firewalls. No installation required, just use it fast and secure. Training, sales and teamwork, TeamViewer can also be used to present your desktop to a partner on the Internet. Show and share your software, PowerPoint presentations etc. File transfer, chat and more, Share your files, chat, switch the direction during a teamwork session, and a lot more is included in TeamViewer.

What's new in this version:

  • Improved experience for Meeting (especially with Windows 8)
  • Other minor improvements and fixes

Download setup: TeamViewer 9.0.29480 | 5.9 MB (Free for personal use)
Download: Portable TeamViewer | 11.1 MB
View: TeamViewer Home Page | Changelog

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There's a different method to do what you are trying to do; not the easiest but apparently it works:

On the Surface RT, do:

1. From Start, type Allow remote access, and select Settings. Select the app.
- Check 'Allow Remote Assistance...'

2. From Start, type Invite someone, and select Settings. Select the app.
- Touch 'Invite someone you trust...'
- Select 'Save invitation as a file...'
- When asked to save the file, save it and remember the location.
- After saving the file, a password will be displayed, write it down.
- Copy the Invitation file you saved earlier into a USB drive.

On the other computer:

1. Insert the USB drive containing the invitation file.
2. Double click on the Invitation file. Remote Assitance will ask you for the password. Enter the password.
3. Connection will be established.

On the Surface RT, accept the connection request.

On the other computer, in Windows Remote Assistance, click Request control.

On the Surface RT, allow the request.

http://www.surfaceforums.net/f...surface-rt-2.html#post16037