I'm running the most recent install of TV on two devices both running the most recent version of Mac OS X Mojave Beta. After install and logging in, I set all permission to "Full Access" to be able to remotely control either of the devices, and both are set to have unnattended access as well.
When trying to run and contro the other computer, I am able to see the others Mac desktop screen, but cannot control anything at all, only see the screen. This is the same on both computers, neither being able to control one another.
I have the same problem using a raspberry pi 3. did you find a solution/big fix to this problem?
I have the same problem.
the answer is here:
I also had to enable Teamviewer remote deskptop but everythinh up and running now.
if you cnt follow the link go to Teamviewer to searhc community, put in "How to..." and the first rticle is abotu controlling a mac using Mojave....it is an apple problem that needs a secrity release
All sorted! ;o)
It doesn't work for me.
I'm using a Windows 10 pc and I'm trying to control an iMac (Mojave 10.14.3). I'm able to conntect to the iMac but keyboard and mouse don't work. Yes, I granted access to TeamViewer on the iMac.
Yes, this is a security issue of 10.14.x.
For TeamViewer to control the computer go to The Apple Menu>system preferences>Sercurity>Privacy>Accessabilty
Click the lock and put in the Admin password so the lock is open.
If you do not see Team Viewer, add it and put a check mark. Now it will be allowed to operate the computer. This is security so 3rd party apps can not control the computer.