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Unsolicited RA from domain to workstation

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Is it possible to offer remote assistance from a domain computer to a workstation computer? I have a machine in an isolated network that I would love Iike to access with RA. The only thing I see that would cause issues is that the user has to be part of the helper group and their is no way to add my domain account to the workstation helper group. The workstation machine is the pro version and I do have the required ports open. I can also RDP into the workstation.
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The remote user can ask for assistance as follow

Hold the Windows Key, then press “R” to bring up the Run box.
Type “MSRA“, then press “Enter“
Select “Invite someone you trust to help you“.

See http://www.technipages.com/windows-send-remote-assistance-invitation for more details
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