However, if you are using a laptop with a Wi-Fi connection, you can easily switch off and on your Wi-Fi connection. You should restart your router or internet device if this does not work. This will reset your network connection and should help to fix the issue.
Today I was cloning a couple of images of Ubuntu to further expand the use of Ubuntu over the company but just noticed that all cloned PCs have the same Teamviewer ID. I followed teamviewer forum suggestion about purging teamviewer, removing the .config/teamviewer9 folder and even the /opt/teamviewer one with no luck. The ID stays the same even after rebooting or waiting for about 30 mins before installing teamviewer again.
Edit: I checked, and TeamViewer also looks at your MAC address. It probably works like this. When you first start TeamViewer (with no configuration files available), it looks up your MAC address. If it is not known by TV, it creates a new TeamViewer ID and associates your MAC address with it. If the MAC address is known, you get the teamviewer ID associated with it.
I have been trying to remove teamviewer fully becuase of some leftover services trying to run the app (which've already been deleted a long time ago). I do run a find command to see what is left from teamviewer. See below;
I have TeamViewer installed (through the official GUI installer) under OS X on a PC. I'd like to find out the ID of said computer through SSH, which should be printed to terminal when I start TeamViewer, but I can't seem to be able to launch it since it already is running. Killing the process will not solve it as it's auto-regenerating. As a matter of fact, even sudo launchctl stop com.teamviewer.service doesn't seem to do anything.
I like ultraviewer as it's free but it doesn't support multi-monitor feature as teamviewer does.is it possible in near future to get the same feature? I agree to pay 2-3 bucks a month to use ultraviewer if it would have the same functionality as teamviewer. I agree that teamviewer has insane prices.
There use to be a bunch of so called FREE remote tool (like Anydesk) in the past which poke fun of teamviewer paying. If you check, they now charging a fee. So what does that tell u? Nothing is FREE in this world. They just make it free for the beginning to attract you in to use them, and once u get comfortable they charge you! Simple as that. Is all the same for any other likes of software, think about OpenOffice/ Kingsoft office which use to be free, poking at microsoft having to charge people. So look at them now... once they got the number, they start charging!! Is all marketing, all about the money end of day.
In the Reset Teamviewer Commercial, which is suspected to be a malicious Mac Os X bootloop, it is suggested that the computer be reset. TeamViewer is used in the commercial sector to assist customers and colleagues. Every problem is examined by our specialists in a matter of hours. After an error has been detected, you will be able to restart your device (TeamViewer ID) once more. The www icon can be found on the desktop of a computer, laptop, or tablet, and you can access it by opening the Google Chrome browser. You must have a T-viewer account with credentials to log in. This TeamViewer ID is generated by the identifiers that computers generate by their physical equipment and software. 2b1af7f3a8