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Group Policy:  enable remote assistance / desktop

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Hi All,


How do I enable remote assistance and remote desktop via group policy?


Many thanks.

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Venurajav, does that cover remote assistance?
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Remote Desktop is now working, but I'm still having issues getting Remote Assistance working.

The server is Windows 2008 and clients are Windows 7
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What exactly is happening?
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doh, I was applying it via a group.  so needed to restart the machine.


All working now thanks.
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