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Teamviewer for Windows / Team viewer seems very.....needy.
« Last post by Progeekzy on September 07, 2017, 08:43:43 PM »
I close a connection, it pops up. I start a connection but tab out to go do something else, it pops up. A connection closes because of whatever reason, it pops up. Can it just sit there idle and let me run my computer? I love the software and the options, but i hate software that DEMANDS to be a priority. I wish there were options so it wasent so needy.
Teamviewer for Mac/iPad/iPhone / Teamviewer 12.0.82953 dual monitors
« Last post by Jab on September 07, 2017, 12:12:20 AM »
Hello all. 
I have just installed 12.0.82953 onto my rMBP running Sierra 10.12.6 and onto a Dell laptop running Windows 7.
Both have the notebook monitor and a second physical monitor attached to them and I connect successfully.  When I display both monitors of the Win 7 laptop they show only on the main screen of the Mac.

After searching the Net I find that they suggest using an option to pop the 2nd screen out but no option seems to exist in the view options.

So how can i get the 2 Dell screens shown on the relevant screens on the Mac & it's 2nd monitor.

Thanks, Jim
Teamviewer for Windows / Re: Teamviewer window won't come back to top
« Last post by Taronerix on September 04, 2017, 05:05:37 PM »
I have Windows 7 as well, my fix was downloading another app called Always On Top and it doesn't give me that problem at all for any other program. Just an alternative idea if someone doesn't give you a quick answer.
Teamviewer for Windows / Teamviewer window won't come back to top
« Last post by 1tg1 on September 03, 2017, 01:57:20 PM »
Many times, the teamviewer windows on the host computer won't come back to the top of the desktop if buried by other windows. This has been going on in windows7 for years for me, so I thought it's  high time to make a post. Any ideas?
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Further to the first post ... today I discovered why there are more than one ip addresses being assigned ... The original Acronis Image (Windows 10 PRO 64 bit OEM install) also has VMPlayer installed with 2 Virtual Networks (3 all total including the wired network) ... when I uninstall the VMPlayer Teamviewer goes back to 1 IP address (the wired Static address)

So still doesn't solve the problem but for now I know the WHY there are 3 addresses being assigned to Teamviewer.

Perhaps this is an oversight/minor bug in Teamviewer 8 that may have been addressed in later versions?

Note I also scanned the Registry and did find these oddball addresses on some of the huge alpha numeric string values but didn't want to delete the entries in case they were required
I've installed and configured TV, everything is OK and I don't intend to upgrade it.
Now everytime when I connect I get the the remote computer is using an outdated teamviewer version warning.

How can that be hidden?
Teamviewer for Windows / Re: no audio
« Last post by on August 25, 2017, 03:29:19 PM »
same here, win 8 on laptop connecting to win  10 desktop. No sound from desktop. Had it previously.
Just installed TV 8 Host on a new Win10P64 machine with a static IP4 Address

Using Incoming Lan set to ACCEPT EXCLUSIVELY with remote access gained via a VPN connection ... the curiosity with this new installation is that Teamviewer appears to have assigned 3 IP addresses to this Host's: Your ID ... the first two of these addresses have nothing to do with the PC's actual local IP configuration/domain and the last address assigned is the actual PC IP address.

Your ID > Address 1; Address 2; PC IP Address

Although the actual remote connection is made with the PC's assigned IP, the resulting Remote Header always appears to display the first assigned Address.

Header > Host Name (Address 1) - TeamViewer

While the Host Name matches the one set up in: Your Display Name, the IP address being displayed does NOT MATCH the address used for the connection ... this displayed address is both annoying and confusing ... the expectation is that the address should match the connection address.

Is there a way to either:

A) remove the first two addresses?


B) make the actual PC address the first address?
Catch all / lost 16 digit recovery key (2 factor auth)
« Last post by jlaidlaw86 on August 17, 2017, 05:30:13 AM »
I lost my recovery key and got a new phone so now I cant authenticate. Can someone tell me how to either fix this or delete my account so I can start over? I just messaged the same question to ADMIN. Is this what I am supposed to do?
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