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Can i delete the "Offer Remote Assistance Helpers" Active Directory Accounts

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Hi, i have a lot of these accounts. I just disbled "Offer Remote Assistance" In group policy so is it safe to delete these?
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I would not do so due to this being a built-in account.
If you want to try and disable it and see what repercussions you get.  This is probably the safer method.
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