AnyDesk is being developed by some ex-TeamViewer people. It says it works on all platforms, and I have been trying on Ubuntu, W10, and W7. I will test on Mac, Ios and Android tonight. I have been testing this and want to roll it out to my clients that I service.
However, I really think that Ultraviewer is missing the boat with no linux version. There are A LOT of linux servers out there and it would be a big boom for Ultraviewer to take advantage of that. Please roll out a linux version!
I would be more than happy to help test in development. An error in the program is when you have a free version and you just so happen to connect to a person who has a commercial license. Your TV is then converted to a commercial license. How to flip it back to the free version? Just some marketing message. There use to be a bunch of so called FREE remote tool like Anydesk in the past which poke fun of teamviewer paying.
If you check, they now charging a fee. So what does that tell u? Nothing is FREE in this world. They just make it free for the beginning to attract you in to use them, and once u get comfortable they charge you! Simple as that. So look at them now Is all marketing, all about the money end of day. Teamviewer blocked message. How to solve this Thanks in advance. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. We're leading in technology innovation of the global. We will give you the best things to improve your life quality.
What's UltraViewer? Download Document Pricing Blog Contact. Please try later or upgrade your license. Connections to this partner will be blocked until TeamViewer commercial use detected. Do you get a popup message about commercial license detected? TV very aggressive on licensing these days. If you connect to a license user or you connect to multiple users you will list as commercial usage. Either you have to buy license or find some alternative for TV.
I was about to say the same thing - do you get the popup about commercial use suspected? If it is disconnecting you because of that, it tells you - or at least used to. From memory TV free limits you to 2 computers per account; once you connect to the 3rd you get the "commercial use suspected" message.
I have had this when running the free version from my home, I use it to connect with friends and family when they need a hand etc. It all started after I used the web interface to log in using my corporate details to my work TeamViewer account one evening to assist a colleague following an urgent email.
Even though it was a completely different account, with different login details it still initiated the same client on my machine, and I think this is where the issue lay, at least in my situation. I was warned the next time trying to use my free account that I was using the installed client for corporate purposes. You can also try Zoho Assist. Setup a free account with Zoho Assist Unattended Access for your own computer at home They support 5 computers , remote into that from work, then use your home system to help your Dad in such a fashion.
It's an extra step, but keeps you from having to worry about their detection system flagging your account. Or setup your Dad with Zoho Assist and do it that way, dealer's choice. They do have software otherwise which can trigger AntiVirus due to it not being very prolific in the wild. Looking at the best answer, I'm wondering why my free account didn't get flagged when I've logged into my free Teamviewer account and have connected to my computer from my work office.
Could it be that our office has registered with Teamviewer for business use? Either way, hope you get this solved soon. I use Teamviewer for the exact same reason: Helping family. Total bullshit! I have been having a problem along this very line for months now.
I got sent the form to physically sign, scan and email back TV is a useful tool but I'm using it only for my own personal purposes, not for any job. I feel rather cheated after having faith in what they told me, jumping through all their hoops and STILL being penalised regardless. This topic has been locked by an administrator and is no longer open for commenting. To continue this discussion, please ask a new question. I know that's very general, but I've been having a relatively hard time finding any IT related job that isn't basic help desk level one things.
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Complete message: Connection blocked after timeout. Your license limits the maximum session duration to a partner, immediate reconnects are. Getting your license limits the maximum session duration to a partner error means that there was a problem with TeamViewer's detection. Connection blocked after a timeout. Your license limits the maximum session duration to a partner, immediate reconnects are blocked.