TeamViewer 11 error connecting to Windows 11 22H2
I'm noticing that TeamViewer 11 seems to be having difficulty connecting to Windows 11 release 22H2 for an unknown reason. What happens is that the following error message is displayed:
Unable to connect
A connection could not be established.
This is with the latest build of TeamViewer 11 on both ends, 11.0.259193. TeamViewer Host is installed on the remote Windows 11 system, the full version of TeamViewer 11 locally.
Doing some online searching found suggestions to disable UDP to overcome some connection problems but this made no difference. I realize that TeamViewer 11 is an older version but until now it has worked fine. Is there a fix for this or is this the end of the line for TeamViewer 11?
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I too have been having trouble with a lot of my endpoints and just left a question about it here in the forum. I thought you might have had the explanation here but then I remembered at least one laptop with Windows 10 and 2 servers with Windows 2016 are giving me the same error.
My workstation does have the latest Windows 11. Reloading on a Windows 10 machine would be difficult because TeamViewer will then want to reactivate and will use up one of my few remaining reactivations.0