Is it possible to specify which port you want to connect to though? The use case would be for port-NAT access in from external users, who are dependant on using IP-addresses. (Remote Agent 18.104.22.168) -> (Customer-FW)22.214.171.124:5938 -> [Customer FW Port NAT] -> Server 1 10.10.10.10:5938 (Remote Agent 126.96.36.199) -> (Customer-FW)188.8.131.52:6938 -> [Customer FW Port NAT] -> Server 2 10.20.20.20:5938 (Remote Agent 184.108.40.206) -> (Customer-FW)220.127.116.11:7938 -> [Customer FW Port NAT] -> Server 3 10.30.30.30:5938
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So I had the same issue about Teamviewer Host not starting on one computer and I will say the steps I did to solve it so you can check if it helps to see a path to the real problem. My Network doesn't have a domain, it has a LoadBalance managing IP's I have 3 Dell and 1 Samsung, all notebooks and only 1 Dell had problems (the older one) Teamviewer wouldn't start even after logon, if I double click the icon it would ask a security confirmation and work fine. First I tried the "ServicesPipeTimeout" solution but it didn't help https://community.teamviewer.com/t5/TeamViewer-General/Teamviewer-service-not-startup/td-p/4929 Then I "enabled the interactive mode for the service" and it started to work fine. After reading this post I turned it off again. The interesting fact is that it keeps working fine, so for me the problem is around that base. Now I have the Interactive mode turned off and Teamviewer Host 13 working fine.
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