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Catch all / Re: Converting .tvs to another format?
« Last post by Felinebalc on September 29, 2017, 11:44:31 PM »
Forgive me to bother you guys but this is the only thread i find about video conversion and i just have a related problem. May I post it here to look for an answer.  Did you ever know the output format - FBR? because recently i used a screen capture program named BB Flashback, also to record HD quality videos. However, the output generated by this application was. FBR. I couldn't play it in VLC and Windows Media Player. Later I found this article (http://www.videoconverterfactory.com/tips/convert-fbr-to-mp4.html) and it said that i have to convert FBR to mp4 format. I only want to know whether conversion is the only possible method to solve this issue since i know that video compression always causes some kind of quality loss (the original video is 720P 60 Fps) and whether there is an alternative way such as changing .extension or using another better video player?

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Teamviewer for Windows / DNS lookup error
« Last post by bbaker on September 26, 2017, 11:48:17 AM »
I am running a Win7 64 bit PC and trying to connect to a vendor with a license to TeamViewer so they can remote access my PC to conduct a software upgrade.  I am also at both a government and educational institution which is complicating the issue.

My PC does not normally have any internet access and sits on a private network. The PC has no virus protection and is essentially a very bare lab machine that only runs vendor software.  I have connected a USB WiFi antennae temporarily to the PC for the sole purpose of connecting to the vendor for a software update.  The WiFi works fine and can connect to our guest WiFi account (with only browser login security) or my phone as a mobile hotspot.

My PC does have internet access through the guest WiFi account at our location.  The vendor has given me an executable that tries to connect to TeamViewr and will produce a ID and password on my end that I think then allows the vendor to access my PC.  Nothing I am doing has any sensitivity.  I am just trying to work through our draconian IT policies.

I have talked to my IT Department and they believe the problem is DNS related.  My connection is setup for DHCP and our domain has an internal DNS lookup table rather than an external DNS lookup table (this part is beyond me but is what my trusted IT guys are saying).  When I run the executable I get "Not ready.  Pleae check your connection". 

It is definitely not a proxy issue as we use no proxy but what we believe is happening is TeamViewer is trying to look up my DNS and does not get a valid DNS since my DNS is internal.  I believe this is true because if I setup my phone as a WiFi hotspot (using my cell service) the executable runs fine because my phone is giving an internet based DNS based on my cell phone.  One solution is take the PC home and use my home network and that is actually a possibility but the PC is not easy to move and there are some complications.

Although it may sound like it, nothing here is illegal, proprietary, or classified.  I am just forced to work with extreme IT rules at times even when using my institution's "guest" network. 

I found an article that had some edits to my hosts file that looked promising but it still did not work.

Any ideas??
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Teamviewer for Linux / Re: Headless linux install File Transfer issues
« Last post by pbertoni89 on September 25, 2017, 05:58:08 AM »
As a workaround, you may consider some of these:

https://www.maketecheasier.com/google-drive-clients-linux/
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Teamviewer for Windows / 2 way audio with teamviewer
« Last post by meirmeir123 on September 22, 2017, 01:38:26 PM »
 i wanted to know if it possible to have a remote desktop with 2 way audio Lets say i am at home and want to connect to my computer at work but also to be able communicate with the people near my computer at work is that possible ?
thanks
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Teamviewer for Windows / Re: Daisy chained monitors not blacking out
« Last post by mcdrunkenem on September 22, 2017, 08:45:44 AM »
Nine months later and this issue still exists.

Has anyone else experienced this issue or found a way to resolve it? I'm sure I'm not the only one who utilizes daisy chaining to connect multiple monitors and is unable to black out their screens.
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Teamviewer for Linux / Super key, Windows key can not be used on linux.
« Last post by Norbert on September 19, 2017, 02:19:22 AM »
Hello,
How to use the "Super key", "the windows key" , to a linux remote system ?
It seems that teamviewer transmit "ALT" key....

Teamviewer 11.0.57095-0
Gnome 3.22, Centos 7.4.

Thanks for help


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Teamviewer for Windows / PC to MAC: The password you have is invalid, please try again.
« Last post by TaxExempt on September 18, 2017, 07:28:33 AM »
Hi all.

I have a Mac-Mini on my network which I control using Teamviewer from my Windows 10 computer.

Recently I have been getting this error message when trying to connect: "The password you have is invalid, please try again."
This should not be happening since nothing has changed and I have been using it on a regular basis for over a year. I manually went into my Mac-Mini using a monitor, keyboard, and mouse and forced in a new password, and I am still getting this password error message.

Has anybody else had this problem?
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Teamviewer for Windows / Asking for windows login
« Last post by matrixebiz on September 18, 2017, 04:31:29 AM »
Hello, when I try and remote a Windows server 2016, it asks for the windows login. My other computer it doesn't ask this. How can I turn this off so it doesn't ask me to login? Thanks
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Teamviewer for Windows / Teamviewer Microsoft Scam
« Last post by Donkerg on September 17, 2017, 02:23:05 PM »
Hi fellow members.

We recently had a Microsoft Scam via Teamviewer and are analysing the logs.
One of the things we try to figure out is what happened in the teamviewer session.

Was the person on our end the one who inititiated the teamviewer session of was he requested to answer the teamviewer session.

The logs state:
CommandHandlerRouting[12]::CreateActiveSession(): outgoing session to 158289069 via server24602.teamviewer.com, protocol Port443

Is it possible that the server was already open ?

Also this line strikes me as strange.

7076  6896 D2   tvdesktop::GrabScreen::CDesktop_Win::EnumTopWindowsProcWin - window class $$$Secure UAP Background Fake Client Window Class; style 79691776
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Has this been fixed? I to need to remove it from the dock and I need to find the option "Disable TeamViewer shutdown" like it is on windows pc. These stupid people get into stuff around here and disable or quite teamviewer
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