I am trying to use group policy to change the way Offer Remote Assistance works. I want to eliminate the two prompts the novice must respond to in order for the expert to access and control the system. Can anyone tell me how to do this?
I did not know if you where still looking for the answer to this question but here it is.
To use remote assistance without having the users permission on the other machine you must change the following
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