It actually related to the Hyper-V network adapters, not Hyper V as a whole. Disable the Hyper-V network adapters. Then you can login. Once logged in, you can enable the adapters again. Update: Complete work around. Open Control Panel. Select Network and Internet Click Network and Sharing Center. Click Change Adapter Settings Right-click your Primary network adpater and select Properties. Click the Sharing tab. Check the Allow other network user to connect through checkbox. Under the home networking connection, select the Hyper-V Default Switch. For whatever reason, some programs (such as TeamViewer) want to use the Hyper-V Default Switch.
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