Hello, I got the "commercial use detected" message as well and submitted the form. I waited for a week but didn't get any reply, so I resubmitted it. Eventually after 9 more days, received an email with the subject "Your support request: The ID you submitted is invalid/wrong." and the body " Dear TeamViewer User, Thank you for getting in touch with us. We were unable to process your request because the ID you gave us was invalid/wrong. Please fill in another form with the correct ID. Please note that the ID consists of nine numbers and is unique for every device." I do not understand why the cant process my request. My ID displayed consists of TEN numbers (not nine) and has the form "1 xxx xxx xxx" (with spaces included) and this is exactly how I submitted the form. Maybe I should not use the "1" and submit it as "xxxxxxxxx" without spaces? Also is there a way to expedite this instead of starting all over again because this long wait is really frustrating..
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0 down vote favorite I have installed Teamviewer on my headless (no monitor) Ubuntu machine (with desktop included). The problem is that when I connect to it using teamviewer, I get the following screen, and there's nothing I can do. CTRL-ALT key combinations do not work from Teamviewer. Remote VNC is not an option because the machine is located in a firewalled corporate network. I know the desktop is running because if I VNC to it (from within the local network) I can connect to my desktop. Although I don't necessarily want a desktop, just a tty would work for me, but here I don't get a login prompt, the teamviewer screen just stays like the screenshot below. Also, if I connect a monitor, I get a tty prompt just fine. Any ideas on how to get a tty using Teamviewer from this situation? Notes after reading some similar questions: 1. Don't tell me to run VNC instead of Teamviewer. I am in a corporate network I don't control. Tunneling is not an option either. 2. Don't tell me to connect a dummy plug on my video card 3. I'd prefer to avoid the dummy video driver solution. Thanks!
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