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 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 do I use remote assistance with an MSN Live ID?

Windows Live MessengerDownload and install Windows Live Messenger. Once downloaded and installed sign into Windows Live Messenger using the MSN Windows Live ID. Open a conversation with someone who... Read More »
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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 »
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How to Tell If Remote Assistance is Installed on XP?

Remote assistance in Windows XP allows you to connect to other computers using a computer in a remote location. Although remote assistance can be ideal for computer troubleshooting, it is not avail... Read More »
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What is the file name for remote assistance?

The file name for remote assist is MSRA.EXE (%windir%\system32\msra.exe). It is a stand alone program in Windows Vista. The command " /?" and "/novice" will start Remote Assistance and ask for ass... Read More »
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