Team Viewer Employees - I have to agree with this thread. This is dumb that these drivers are not signed for windows 10. 30 minutes of work plus deployment and testing as part of your normal release cycle would get this valuable functionality complete. Please make us all proud of you. Thank you in advance. —Rob
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I have same problem. Teamviewer works perfect other than when I started trying to blank out the remote screen. TEAMVIEWER support - please fix this. David-johnson's post before this appears to have good findings. My findings in addition: 1) I've confirmed I'm running latest teamviewer on both local and remote PC's. 2) Win 7 on local PC, Win10 on remote PC. Both are patched to current Microsoft Windows Update. 3) The problem appears to be with the install of the unsigned teamviewer monitor driver. I believe the install fails, due to Win10 security settings, causing Teamviewer to revert to using whatever backup driver. When the backup driver is used, my results are that the screen flips back and forth between the lock/background screen, and the windows desktop. I'm guessing it's actually displaying the same results as david-johnson found. 4) I've validated that I can get the remote screen to be blank and disable remote input correctly, ONLY by rebooting windows and telling it to allow unsigned monitor drivers. I did this temporarily using option 2 here (https://www.howtogeek.com/167723/how-to-disable-driver-signature-verification-on-64-bit-windows-8.1-so-that-you-can-install-unsigned-drivers/) in order to prove this out, but can't do this permanently as this is a huge security risk that my IT professional expertise simply won't allow. Please fix this teamviewer support...I think you only need to get your monitor driver signed with Microsoft to make this simple fix. Thanks in advance - great product otherwise!!!
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