Same here, No mather where i connect it's always that slow. There is clearly some throttle going on with teamviewer. I ran a test one night at 3AM from one of my office servers to my system at home. Being the admin, i knew there was absolutely nothing happening that night, no maintenant, network was just quiet. Office link : 100/100 Home link : 1000/1000 Yet... i simply couldnt go higher than 1mbps.... Tested with both a personnal free acount and our corporate one. Same test from our ftp server, i topped of the office link at 100mbps... As Abri mentionned, we now simply use other methods for large file transfers. Either cloud or FTP. It's a bit sad though, as it requires additionnal steps for no reason, when a simple drag and drop should work (as it does with Competitors such as Dameware).
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Running into this issue as well, trying to copy a MAC Table from a switch on the remote computer to my local excel for a report. So i decided to investigate further and ran into this post. Remote system : Up to date Windows 10, not running office Local System : Up to date Windows 10, Running Office365 ProPlus build 1803 Both system running TeamViewer 14.1.3399 During my testing, i noticed it's not a crash per say, rather a freeze. If i copy only a single MAC address (12 Digits). Excel will freeze for a minute or so. But if i copy the entire switch mac table (about 30 lines, with port details) then it seems to be way longuer (right now it's been frozen for the past 30 minutes. I'm not killing it as i suspect it will eventually go through). But seriously... who waits over 30minutes for a simple copy/paste of text... Seems to be only with excel, if i copy the same text, paste it into a local notepad it goes through right away.
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