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I just upgraded to v12 today, and now experiencing this same issue. Viewer is a Windows 10 Pro machine... viewee is a Windows Server 2012 R2 machine. Ugh... Any ideas on a fix for this? Very frustrating.
I had been unable to login to our server a 'headless' W10Pro PC.
After power-cycling the 'server', everything is back to normal and working correctly.
Judging by this conservation, I will not be too surprised should it happen again.
Of course, TV might fix the problem before then!
I wish I could power cycle it... unfortunately, my backup RDP into that server isn't working either, so I'm stuck at the moment until I can make my way out to this server. Grrr.
I had been unable to login to our server a 'headless' W10Pro PC.After power-cycling the 'server', everything is back to normal and working correctly.Judging by this conservation, I will not be too surprised should it happen again.Of course, TV might fix the problem before then!
Same issue here on Windows Home Server 2011 as the remote machine, restarting or closing the instance of TV doesn't help, neither does un-installing and re-installing on either end.
My (local) end is either Win7 Pro x64, Win10 Pro x64 or Teamviewer on Android, all the same result:
initializing display parameters
Same problem thou version 12.0.72365
Along the lines of what someone else may have reported I'm not sure if my specific problem is related to Microsoft's Remote Desktop Client also as someone else has hinted at, as that is used on the local network, and teamviewer when remote. Was fine on RDC yesterday and now have the initializing display parameters which also happened last week and a reboot resolved, and I've got the same issue again today, so going to have to go back to the site in question. Until this is resolved I think I'm going to have to temporarily get networking to punch a hole through firewall and set the Remote Desktop Client up on a different port as well as change the machines firewall rules for RDC, as I can't keep going back to site every time this happens.
Im getting the same error
Its just hangs at the diplay parameters
So I worked with support, and got some resolution on this. Basically, it looks like the ID changed. The ID of the server I was working with somehow changed after the upgrade to the newest version of 12, so I ended up just deleting the server from my list, and re-adding it. Along with adding it again came it's new ID.
You can try this out by just remoting directly into it's ID, instead of relying on a saved item in your list. If you need any further explanation, just let me know.
Im getting the same error Its just hangs at the diplay parameters V 12.0.72365
Issue seems to be resolved, at least for me, today (19th Jan).
No removing/re-adding server was required, just click and go!
same here. if i fire up RDP then the connection works fine.
No RDP, no teamviewer.
Delete the machine you are trying to access and add it again. This time, look at the field just below the password arrow. You'll see...Start team viewer with windows, assign computer and then grant easy access...click on each one...one at a time and let the software work. 24-Jan-2017
This seems to be my problem. Plus, we did a server upgrade and now RDP will only work from a linux based computer into the win 2016 server. To say the least it is a preplexing problem since I can RDP with my linux computer and then teamviewer has no problem connecting. Is there a resolution?
I seem to have fixed it but someone from development / support needs to look at this as its a major error in the upgrade process (IMHO). i think teamviewer has broken all previously saved connections.
TEAMVIEWER SUPPORT: the only thing that has changed on my system is the upgrade to 12 so it certainly something that shouldn't happen. each machine i now upgrade looks like its going to have the same issue and cause me extra work just to standstill. its a real annoying pain and something that shouldn't have got through QA IMHO.
TeamViewer have a big bug in the actually version. During the installation of the host version it do not transfer the credential of your account.
Go to the menu in the task bar and then to option. Then you click on the button "Einem Konto zuweisen" and type your account and the credential and now all work fine
I recommend you to try the following:
Open TeamViewer and navigate to "Extras - Options - Advanced" - uninstall the monitor driver and try it again. Do this on both sides and try it again.
The monitor driver is only necessary if you want to enable the black screen feature during a connection.
I did not have a driver installed so there was nothing to uninstall.
Also I am running 12.0.72365 and still having the problem.
please check your host in the task bar. Right-click on the icon and go to options. Then have a look to the account button. Is the host assigned to your account? If not, click on the button and enter your account with credentials. Then your teamviewer work fine
Same here. Still getting this error.
Do not install TeamViewer by RDP, do it physically on the PC, you will have a completely different TV ID
What if it's a VM? in the cloud? There is no physical machine.
There is no access via KVM to this VM?
When I log in to affected computer I was unable to connect, there is stuck Desktop Windows Manager (dwm.exe) and I have to restart it through taskmanager.
Every time it is similar, on computer I tried to connect and fail taskbar is not responding and i have black background (got image). After forceclosing DWM, background comes back.
Using Windows 10 last build, got Eset Antivirus. Happaned on two different computers same way.
I also go this to work by opening TeamViewer Host on my target machines, clicking on the little lightbulb next to 'Your ID' and using the secondary ID number listed for 'administrative purposes'. This does not use the already logged on session (on the target machine) but I'm assuming starts it's own, negating the resolution issues of an already logged in session...
I restarted TV on my host machine and it worked for several days. This morning it's showing the same issue.
Same issue on 12.0.72365.
First logon succeeded, but screen got stuck after a couple of seconds. I tried reconnecting, but now it get's stuck like all the other people here.
Will have to wait till tomorrow to see if a restart fixes this.
Same here, on 12.0.72365
Works fine most of the time but when explorer crashes, Teamviewer can't connect at all until I go on the remote desktop and restart explorer
I don't think I'd mark this thread solved or my post as a solution.. it was just something I noticed.
The problem appears to be that Teamviewer may be contributing or causing explorer to crash and if you don't get a chance to restart explorer manually on the remote desktop; then you're SoL until you get to it.
I don't think I'd mark this thread solved or my post as a solution.. it was just something I noticed.The problem appears to be that Teamviewer may be contributing or causing explorer to crash and if you don't get a chance to restart explorer manually on the remote desktop; then you're SoL until you get to it.
In my case, explorer wasn't crashed. I just restarted TV. Same credentials etc. so it's not that either. I have my system (Windows 10) set to not sleep or hibernate but I have the impression that something is still going on with that or wake on lan or something similar..
Really wish there were some restart option that did not require my to log in to TeamViewer.system is frozen but it shows on the list of computers. clearly not completely frozen but when I try to connect I get the initializing display but nothing from there.
Teamviewer only connects when a monitor is attached and display is on, so to say screensaver or power save are the cause. As soon one uses the system, it wakes up, and so the display, and teamviewer does work again.