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Blocked on teamviewer - how to remove?

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by OM2, Jul 16, 2018.

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  1. OM2

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    I ran Teamviewer many many times to help someone who is IT iliterate. (Just one single person.)
    Now... I get a message saying that I was using for business purposes and it blocks me out.

    Now... I used to ALWAYS choose: "Run only - don't install"

    I always used to get a popup saying "Do you want to let Teamviewer makes changes on your PC"

    I think that it pretty bad if Teamviewer have left a few crumbs on my PC.
    I'm not blocked on IP - since I can use my other laptops to connect with no problem.

    I think that's really bad of Teamviewer - and shouldn't be allowed.

    Anyway... does anyone know how to remove the traces they have left behind?

    Thanks.
     
  2. lochlomonder

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    Rather than trying to circumvent the block TeamViewer has put in place, I think it would be more beneficial for you to argue your case with them. As long as you're doing the work gratis and not benefiting from it financially, it makes a good case for using it on a personal level.

    If you scroll about halfway down this page, you'll see a link for creating a ticket with TeamViewer.
     
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