My computer is flagged with the message "Free disk space is below 10%" which is nonsense because my hard drive is less than 15% full. Does this mean the teamviewer is located somewhere else on a very small HD or, if not, how can I turn off this flag?
thank you very much for your post.
Please be informed that the integrated system checks of TeamViewer checks all storage devices, even USB ports.
An additional information is, that the integrated system checks will be reported via the Windows Security Center.
If the Windows firewall and or security software is deactivated in the Windows Security Center, integrated system checks will show this message.
You can disable the integrated system checks on the affected system as follows:
Please go to "Extras - Options - Advanced - Enable Integrated System Checks".
Hope that was helpful.
Currently there appears to be no way to configure which drives/devices are monitored therefore many false positives are being notified due to PC manufacturer recovery drives.
HP computers normally have an HP_RECOVERY drive containing a copy of the OS et cetera, this tends to be about 90% full from day one, hence TV Notification "Free disk space is below 10%".
It is extremely useful to know when user machines main drives fall below 10% free space, but of no interest whatsoever when a recovery drive is below 10%.
If we could configure which drives/devices are monitored this would be fantastic.
Did anyone ever solve this glitch?
As others have said, checking and unchecking "Enable integrated system health checks" has no effect on the disk space warning.
Very good information. Suggested fix worked perfectly for me. I forgot the fact that I had a recovery partition on my drive which would trigger the alert.