There are sure solutions like cron script but I am convinced, that sw is very much about trust and the question is, how can I trust sw incl. its producer, who enable access to my computer despite I refused it. 1. Such an importatnt item should be manageble and visible even by very stupid user because of even he/she has the right to make the decision when exactly to open and when to close this door. So even workable commandline solution is bad. 2. I had a problem with teamviewer even before, because of I didn't see a clear description, who has the control of the permission list? Is that done e.g. by some keystore on my computer (where:?) or is that somewhere at Teamviewer server? I.e. is that technically possible, that Teamviewer company "changes my decision" simillarly to the one of not starting the service? The second item was a blocker for me for professional use, the mentioned re-enabling of running in background means sorry for my mum, who likes it. From my point of view is the only solution uninstall and check some possible residuals.
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