Posted by three-jeeps
Digon

How to make TeamViewer available at startup

I run teamviewer on a workstation that runs the current version of Win10. with one user account on it.

When a power outtage occurs and the machine reboots, I have to login at which point teamviewer runs and I can access it remotely. 

The situation is, I want team viewer to run when the machine has rebooted without having to login.  How can I configure either windoz or teamviewer to accomplish this.

Thanks in advance

-J

 

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Posted by three-jeeps
Digon

Re: How to make TeamViewer available at startup

Well, I partially solved my problem by consulting this thread:

https://community.teamviewer.com/t5/TeamViewer-General/Windows-10-does-not-look-to-start-service-unt...

and this location for a fix: https://www.maceit.co.nz/windows-10server-2016-teamviewer-freezes-signout-switch-user/

I now can connect *most of the time* but not always....the report is that team viewer on the target machine is not running...

Strange because the machine is on 24x7 and  90% of the time, my remote laptop connects.

Anybody have any insight into this???

Thanks

John