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What is the command line to ask for remote assistance?

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I am trying to create a link for people to use that will allow them to ask for remote assistance.  If I use msra.exe /novice it works but we would prefer to use msra /novice /email <password>.  However i can't figure out how to input the password.  Has anybody else tried this and got it to work?

Dan
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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msra /email password works they just have to retype the password into the email
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Thanks, I guess I was reading the documentation wrong.
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