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Posted by Cadmus
Henagon

Can teamviewer support for no monitor on the other side?

My phenomenon is as the below.
There are two machines named A and B. A has no monitor connected but B does.
Use P.O.T. player to play a movie on A and then no video showing on B.
After connecting a HDMI cable on A, B will have video showing.

Can teamviewer support for no monitor on the other side?

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Posted by mLipok
Heptagon

Re: Can teamviewer support for no monitor on the other side?


@Cadmus wrote:

My phenomenon is as the below.
There are two machines named A and B. A has no monitor connected but B does.
Use P.O.T. player to play a movie on A and then no video showing on B.
After connecting a HDMI cable on A, B will have video showing.

Can teamviewer support for no monitor on the other side?


You are not saying nothing about:

  • which machine A/B have connected TV App 
  • when you connect to this machine

Your description is very not very precise.
Try to describe your idea again, paying attention to details, from the TV run until the end of the session.

Regards,
mLipok , AutoIt MVP

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Posted by Cadmus
Henagon

Re: Can teamviewer support for no monitor on the other side?

We treat A as a server. Player APP(e.g. P.O.T.) is installed on A.

Before the player APP plays, run teamviewer on A and B. And we can see A's desktop on B's display device.

At the begining A has HDMI monitor connected and we run the player on A. At the same time we can see A's movie going fine on B's display device.

If we remove A's HDMI monitor at this time, we see the movie photo showing very slow as nearly stopped on B's display device. Again we connect A's DHMI, the movie photo shows normally on B's display device.

So I guess teamviewer do not support such the case.