Thank you for your message.
Can you please check which versions you installed on both sides?
Looking forward to your answer.
All the best,
German Community Moderator
Thanks for the fast response.
On my site: TeamViewer Full version portable: version 14.1.9025.0
On family/friend site: TeamViewerQS - version 14.1.9025.0
Last Saturday (yesterday):
On my site: TeamViewer Full version portable: version 14.1.9025.0 and TeamViewer Full version portable: version 11.0.59518.0
On family/friend site: TeamViewerQS - version 10.047484.0
On both days a disconnect after about 5 minutes.
In general: with the versions 14.1 release (maybe 14.0) this happens. It is after Teamviewer gives a message that I have to update because the old version will not work anymore in future.
Until Februari I have worked with TeamViewer Full version portable: version 11.0.59518.0
and on remote site: TeamViewerQS - version 10.047484.0
The chapta procedure takes more than 10 minutes and 4 Device authorization needed emails!! Login procedure doesn't work with Firefox/Waterfox.
Thank you for your answer.
Do you have a license in a certain version that you use or are you a free user?
In general, depending on the location, we’re asking our free users with older versions of TeamViewer to update to the latest version in order to continue using the software. The latest version is currently TeamViewer 14 (on both sides).
After updating, free users - those who don’t have a license - will still be able to use TeamViewer as usual. There is no change regarding personal use with TeamViewer 14.
If you are a free user, please update every TeamViewer to version 14. If you have a license for a certain version, please downgrade all your software to the respective version.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us again.
All the best and a good start into the new week,
German Community Moderator
I use the free version.
And sorry, I don't agree what you have written that nothing is changed.
In practise the disconnect after about 5 minutes happens every time since the last months, both with the old and with the new Teamviewer version.
On my site nothing is changed (same PC and IP address), only a new version of Teamviewer after the message the the old version will be discontinued.
In the past I don't have a disconnect after a short time. I can solve a problem on the PC of family, friends and have to hangup the connection by myself.
So, in my opninion something must be changed in the max connection time, may be not in Teamviewer v14 but in difference with the older Teamviewer v10./11.
I have this same issue and I've never had any problems before! I'm going around in circles trying to find out how to fix this?! My emails bounce back with "Due to the high amount of Feedback we receive, we cannot respond to each one individually." I can't actually achieve anything on teamviewer within the 5 minute time limit and then there is a 2 min stand down... so frustrating :(
I currently have issues with all remote Raspbian clients as they are stuck on V11
Host PC running Linux Mint 17.3 Rosa and thats on V12
Unable to 'upgrade' the application which has worked perfectly for ages - I'm a long-term user of TeamViewer. I suspect that this upgrade path is directly connected to Teamviewer's 'protect/increase our income stream' ethos because when June arrives, I get the feeling I won't be able to connect at all. I'm currently getting blocked on reconnects due to this infuriating timeout and forced upgrade - is there a V14 armhf .deb ?
The armhf architecture support was very good but has since deteriorated. I don't hold out much hope for the future unless the situation changes.
Found v14 for armhf but this only works on Stretch and not Jessie. My previous statement still applies, as most of the Raspberry Pi computers run Jessie and it looks as though I will be employing other remote management methods instead of TeamViewer.
Coupled with regular and somewhat sinister 'possible commercial use detected' warnings when I change hostnames. this is fast becoming a management issue that's taking up too much time for me personally. The application was useful for a long period of time but it's now becoming a pain.
i have the same problem but now its cutting out after a few seconds and says cannot reconnect excess time used. it also has reported me as a commercial user have sent in to support but no reply yet
Same problem here but the remote connection times out in about a minute, and certainly not five minutes. TeamViewer is not a workable solution for remote management at present due to these issues. I've also reported the 'suspected commercial use' to the team and it normally takes a few days for this block to be lifted.
I understand the fact that TeamViewer's attempt at protecting their revenue stream is valid, as we (the community) are benefitting from a free licence - however, the software incorrectly applies its blocking methods when all I appear to have done is change a Raspberry Pi hostname?
Because after my last forum message above the connection time was 1 minute and waiting time 10 minutes, I stopped with Teamviewer.
A TV employe writes here that nothing is changed: After updating, free users - those who don’t have a license - will still be able to use TeamViewer as usual. There is no change regarding personal use with TeamViewer 14.
I'am not the only one, Natascha, but something is changed !!!
Teamviewer cannot be used for free anymore. It's become a trial version. You can use it for 1 time if you never have used it earlier.
[removed per Community Guidelines]
My 'Suspected Commercial use' error has disappeared so thanks to whoever unblocked me. I'm now seeing differences with connections to a remote host. I now get timed-out after 5 minutes which didn't happen before. Furthermore, when you try to reconnect to continue working on the same host, I'm now met with the block saying that you cannot connect again - try again in a few minutes time.
It seems that there is a squeeze in effect, i.e. change from open unfettered access to restrictions, as listed below:
1. Limit connection time to host to 5 minutes.
2. Prevent reconnection to same host for around 5 minutes.
TeamViewer used to be a 5 star go-to application for me. Sadly, I will now have to look elsewhere for remote management of hosts as the current situation is not workable.