Teamviewer Printing To Local Printer

Sep 17, 2007

TeamViewer’s remote printing feature allows you to print a document that is located on the remote computer, using a printer attached to the local computer. However it doesn’t work in the other direction. Individually the win7 machines print fine, but whenever the other RDPs in, it changes the others printer port to an inactive TS port. Normally this would be fine, but when that other computer remotes back in, its port remains an inactive TS port and I have to manually change it back. With no need for laborious email attachments and file downloads, remote printing with TeamViewer is the easy, instant, and trouble-free option. Setting up remote printing is quick and easy, so you can begin printing remote files and webpages without unnecessary delays.

is this possible?
i have a windows 10 laptop with a canon printer
i am using teamviewer to remote into a windows 10 desktop
i can print to my laptop printer over teamviewer from the windows 10 desktop
but not in the vista vm inside
there is just no printer available
i tried adding virtual printing to vmware workstation but no teamviewer printer is available in the vm
would this work over standard RDP,i wouldnt think so,cause the vm is still the problem
any ideas i can try please

TeamViewer has removed Remote Print, Disable Remote Input, and more features from their free plan. Instead of purchasing TeamViewer’s commercial plan, get those features and more with Splashtop and save up to 90% a year!

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Users of TeamViewer’s free plan will be without some much needed features from here on out. Without notice, TeamViewer suddenly disabled several features in the free version of their product. The disabled features include Disable Remote Input, Remote Printing, Blank Screen, and Switching Sides. According to a message posted on their community website after users noticed and started complaining, TeamViewer said that they disabled the features because they were “mostly used for commercial purposes” and to prevent scams. You can see the community reaction below:

License spss 22. The features removed were selected for their use in commercial environments, to avoid issues with personal use. This was also an important effort to protect against potential scams. More information can be found here: Best, Julia

— TeamViewer Support (@TeamViewer_help) January 30, 2019

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The features removed were the most popular ones, which you are going to make people pay for now. EVERYBODY who has ever given support to his parents knows how important the “disable remote input” is if you really want to succeed. And you try to justify it with scams…

— Andi (@staff_andy) January 30, 2019

This comes after TeamViewer free users have been complaining in recent months about their remote connections timing out and then not being able to reconnect due to “suspected commercial use”. We’ve heard from several (now former) TeamViewer free users about their frustrations. Many feel angry because they feel like TeamViewer is trying to push them to purchase an expensive commercial license.

Not to mention, the lack of features like black screen and automatic security updates are both privacy and security concerns for users of the TeamViewer free version.

If you’re a TeamViewer free user who needs remote desktop software with features like Remote Print and Blank Screen, then we’re here to tell you that there’s a better option than paying for TeamViewer’s commercial plan. You can get those features and more with Splashtop!

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* Source: TeamViewer US web site $49/month ($588/yr) list price for Single User plan, Feb 2019.