Good to hear that other users than myself has had this experience recently. I really need someone at TeamViewer to explain the logic behind how TeamViewer is deciding that a user suddenly is labeled as a commercial user. I have had a TeamViewer account for years, strictly for private use. I use TeamViewer to support my old mother when needed. I have set it up so that I can make unattended connections so that I don't have to bother her with reading the connection password to me each time. I use TeamViewer very moderately. I lately made an addition in my mothers house and set up a Raspberry Pi (headless) to monitor her internet connection since she has had performance issues. This Raspberry Pi is also temporarily connected to TeamViewer for unattended remote connections. So, the normal TeamViewer usage scenario for me is for one (1) PC only. Just some day ago I got a message when connecting to my mother (to fix a problem she had with her printer) that TeamViewer considered me being a non paying commercial user. The message said I only had 5 minutes sessions available that then would disconnect. This was somewhat not all true though since the session didn't last more than 10 seconds tops. I'm puzzled how TeamViewer can come to this conclusion based on how frequent I use TeamViewer (very seldom) and how many PCs I remote into (1 normally, now temporarily 2 with the Raspberry Pi). I'm already moving away from TeamViewer because of what just happened, but I want to learn and get knowledge about what's behind it all so that I understand how TeamViewer thinks and acts when it comes to personal use.
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