TeamViewer Remote Printing is now also available if Windows 10 version 1903 is running on the remote side.
It is now possible to take a screenshot of the live video stream in Pilot sessions
An optional disclaimer is shown before every connection when connecting through Host. This disclaimer can be configured within each custom host (enabled/disabled and displayed text).
Solved issues which caused TeamViewer to crash
Solved an issue that prevented the control of Android devices from Windows touchscreen devices.
Minor improvements and fixes
Release date: 2019-10-04
Added Catalina support to help with new macOS security measures: At first, application start on macOS 10.15 or higher a dialogue shows the user the current system status about Screen Recording, Accessibility, and File Access. Furthermore, it allows the user to jump into the security settings of macOS in order to allow TeamViewer to access files, steer your Mac and transmit your screen to the other side of the remote connection.
TeamViewer Remote Printing is now available also for Windows 10 version 1903 running on the remote side. To provide this only an XPS format can be created (when connecting to any Windows 10 version) for which a special application is necessary for printing. PDF printing is currently not supported. TeamViewer printing in connections to macOS machines is not affected.
For file transfer now an error message is shown if you try to navigate into a folder on the remote side for which you do not have access (very important if the remote side is using macOS Catalina).
For file transfer now an error message is shown if you try to delete a folder for which you do not have access (very important if the remote side is using macOS Catalina).
It is now possible to take a screenshot of the live video stream in pilot sessions