My TV is showing "commercial use suspected" again. This is 3rd time. Same PCs, always same connections between my own devices. This time, it was not unblocked and I got e-mail stating "Your account is under a commercial domain". How can my home network, served by residential service provider (e.q. not a business one) can suddenly be viewed as commercial? I now switched to **Third Party Product** that allows 5 PCs to be connected under "private use" so i don't have to deal with that nonsense, but I really want to know what makes algorithm think I am on commercial domain? Rudolf
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It is actually gets beyond ridiculous!
Either stop free usage completely or stop annoying your would be customers.
It seems that TV "commercial use" algorithm is quite simple. If computer is set up to use unattended access it qualifies as commercial use.
I use TV between few my computers. Got that dreadful warning (btw, deat TV team you can not count time either. 5 minutes expires in less than 1). Anyway, had to submit the form from ALL computers I use (only 3). Few weeks passed and I got an e-mail saying it was verified I am using TV for private use and restrictions are lifted.
Two weeks later -- "commercial use detected". Seriously? I only used TV once or twice only to connect between my PCs.
If anyone wants real solution that works for personal use -- get **Third Party Product**. Up to 5 PCs is completely free.
**Third Party Product**was around for ages. The only real value of TV is easy connection without need for firewall setup. Real **Third Party Product**does just that without all the nonsense. If you want to connect more machines -- use **Third Party Product**. Yes, it will take some effort to set up your router, but it worth it.
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