I'm working with two computers one is a PC in university and another is a laptop at home. I have installed TeamViewr on both of them to be able to control the PC in university from home.
I didn't have problems with it and I always connected very easily but two days ago when I was in university, I put about 40 files with a total volume of 30 Gigabytes in a queue in Internet download Manager of the PC and I set the queue to download the files (and because of the low speed of internet in our country, it will take several days to get completed)
From that day I can't access the PC from home and it's always shown as offline in TeamViewer of my tablet.
I have told my friends to go and see what's wrong with the connection and they say everything's OK
- The PC is connected to the internet
- TeamViewer is running on PC
- Internet speed is rather fine
- The download is being done normally
But I don't know why it is shown as offline in TeamViewer?
Just one of my friends says that he has had the similar problem a while ago and this is because all the internet traffic is allocated to download and doesn't let TeamViewer connect with a remote computer.
Now my question is
1. Is this true?
2. If yes, is there a special setting on either the computer or the TeamViewer to be able to control the PC remotely while it's downloading?
My friends have sent me a photo on telegram that shows TeamViewer is running on PC but it's not signed in.
I thought It may be the problem.
But they say there' no need to be signed in and I think they're right because this computer is our professor's and we haven't made a profile on TeamViewer's website with professor's Email.
They're right because I have always been connecting the PC without signing it in.
Just for the first time when I wanted to add the PC as a remote computer in my laptop's TeamViewer, I used its