I completely agree with Digon. If the user was RandomName25, then I understand Teamviewer considering it as owned by that user. However, if the user name is an email address, then clearly it is owned by the company/domain and we should be able to completely delete it. How would Teamviewer react to a user creating President@teamviewer.com as a user account? I'm now going to disagree with myself. When the user RandomName25 requests to join that account to the company license, they have agreed that the company now owns the account. Admin shoudl be able to delete it. You claim group management is part of Teamviewer, then start listening to your enterprise accounts. Basic functions like (actually) deleting users, being able to do mass deletions of computer accounts, having the alias in the computer list and the alias field on the host machine be tied together (currently changing one does not change the other). The excuse given by Teamviewer development about being worried that an admin might make a mistake is poor. We are admins, we are used to working under that condition. Give a proper warning message box, then allow the action. Just like every other admin tool we use. What we do not have is the time to jump thru the multi-step workarounds that are presented as solutions. These are REQUIRED features in an enterprise system
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This is ridiculous. As a new corporate license customer, we're now starting to run into this issue where our client list is becoming a mess because even with a REDEPLOY, the display name doesn't change?
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