I have a TeamViewer 11 legacy license, which I would like to move to another host. I followed the instructions and went to "license" panel in my account, deactivated a host and declared the id of the new licensed host. Then I installed Teamviewer 11 in the new host but it still shows this host as if it was using an evaluation version (in about teamviewer). The host is Windows 2012, so I used the server id that is shown in the about dialog to activate the license (the user id is not accepted as valid in the licensing panel). Now the trial period expired and I cannot use my license in the new host, neither in the one I deactivated tu transfer the license to this new server. I found this similar topic but it just explains what I've done: https://community.teamviewer.com/t5/Previous-versions-EN/Legacy-Business-license-showing-as-trial-and-expired/m-p/32986#M5035 Thanks
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Hello, I've read this announcement. I checked the product lifecycle policy PDF, but that document refers to suscription licensing as I understand. What I would like to know is if I will be able to connect to TeamViewer 11 hosts using my TeamViewer 11 perpetual Business license that I bought some time ago. And if there is a date, after which I would not be able to use this "perpetual" 11 license. What I mean is, if TeamViewer servers stop supporting connections from this older version after a certain date. Thanks in advance for the clarification.
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