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How can you disable TeamViewer from using/reserving port 80? I am certain in the previous version <v4.1.6 there used to be a radio button option in "options" which disabled it from needing it, but now I cannot find it.

Is port 80 serisouly required by this remote desktop app? It is conflicting with IIS on our development server and becoming a real pain.

Thanks all.

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  • This question came up when I found an HTTP server on my network, serving the page: "This site is running TeamViewer. Free Port 80 for other applications in advanced settings." Based on Deanna's answer below, it is presumably running TeamViewer <9. – mwfearnley Jan 11 '19 at 12:42
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Did you enable the Direct-In Modus? You can disable it in

   Options > Advanced > Network > TeamViewer DirectIn check

From the manual, page 59 (PDF):

Check Opens a dialog where the availability of TeamViewer is checked. The DirectIn Ports 80 and 5938 do not have to be opened , however, TeamViewer can use these ports - if available - for establishing faster connections.

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  • Thanks. I looked at that checkbox, paused on it, then moved on. If only I clicked on options for it I would have noticed it wanted to use port 80! :) Thanks. – GONeale May 23 '09 at 0:50
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    Page 59 of the PDF seems incorrect; I found the info about DirectIn options on page 78 of 81 (the PDF itself regards it as page 82). – JYelton Aug 27 '10 at 17:40
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Options > Advanced > Show Advanced Options > Don't use incoming ports 80 and 443
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  1. Open port 5938 (TCP) on your firewall.
  2. Change the following registry keys.

    • [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ TeamViewer\Version4] Key ’GatewayAllowed’ set to 0 * [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\TeamViewer\Version4] Key ’ListenHttp’ set to 0
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On the new teamviewer you go to advanced settings and then Don't use port 80

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If you are using Windows 7 x64, you will find that the registry keys are in a different location. I have searched the registry and cannot find anything along the lines of 'GatewayAllowed'. The other key is as follows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\TeamViewer\Version6\ListenHttp

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A fresh install of TeamViewer 9 no longer hijacks port 80 by default. For prior versions, the other fixes normally work.

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The DirectIn check merely checks whether port 80 is forwarded through your router, it does not stop hijacking port 80. There is a registry change that you can make (two values need to be changes, one obvious, one non). I don't have the details with me, but if you telephone TV tech support, ignore their "this is just how it works" and insist on talking to a tech, you may be able to get it. I'll post the changes as soon as I get to my own computer.

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Starting the Apache server before teamviewer seems to solve this problem.

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You can disable this behavior in TeamViewer version 5.1 or newer.

Open TeamViewer options under Extras > Options > Advanced. Enable the option "Don't use incoming port 80 (recommended for web servers only)" so that TeamViewer won’t try to take the Port again.

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