Here's a fictional family's house, loosely based on mine. 1) My PC 2) My laptop 3) PC connected to TV in lounge 4) Dad's PC 5) Dad's laptop 6) Mum's laptop 7) Mum's android phone Teamviewer is installed on all of the above, so I can access my PC when I'm away, I can schedule and delete TV recordings without having to be in the lounge or even at home, and I can provide assistance to my not-so-tech-literate family. That's how you can have 7 TV instances in a given location. As for Universities, outside of the USA, there are a huge amount that aren't "for-profit". As has already been pointed out, TV's policy would appear to prevent commercial use from a University. It would also prevent a student at that University from supporting their friends or family. It's the using a sledgehammer to crack a nut approach.
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Interestingly - TeamViewer only seems to give me the commerical use warning when I use it from specific locations.
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It's a real shame that TV can't be bothered to sort this out - it's a very useful program, but it's becoming increasingly obvious that they don't give a flying **bleep** about free users and, it would seem, don't want us using their software. Maybe there are too many of us and we're using too much of their resources - but you think they might just introduce a "home support" subscription instead of just annoying everyone like this.
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