How does remote assistance work?

Answer Remote Assistance is a technology built into Windows XP that enables users (those initiating a support request) to seek help from supporters (those who receive the support request).BasicsTo use Rem... Read More »

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How to Accept Remote Assistance?

Remote Assistance is a program built into Windows operating systems that allows users on a shared network to guide each other through specific procedures that require assistance. Remote Assistance ... Read More »

How to Use Remote Assistance on MSN Messenger?

Remote assistance is a troubleshooting feature that is part of Microsoft operating systems that allows a user of one computer to grant another user access to his computer through use of a server. T... Read More »

How do I enable Remote Assistance?

Enabling Remote Assistance in Windows XPBring up the "Start" menu to access "My Computer." Right-click "My Computer" and click "Properties"; the System Properties Window will pop up. Click the "Rem... Read More »

How to Use Windows Remote Assistance?

When you're having a computer problem, sometimes you might want help from someone else. You can use Windows Remote Assistance to invite someone to connect to your computer and help you, even if tha... Read More »