How to Send Remote Assistance Invitations for Windows 7


Remote Assistance allows you to invite another person to control your computer for a limited period of time. This is useful when you require technical assistance to resolve a problem on your computer, because you can let these users connect to your computer and control it just as they would if they were sitting in front of it. Windows lets you send Remote Assistance invitations through its built-in "send" features.

  • Press "Start," type "Remote Assistance" in the text field at the bottom of the Start Menu and click "Windows Remote Assistance" in the list of results to open the Remote Assistance application.

  • Click "Invite someone to help you" from the list of options.

  • Click "Send invitation using your e-mail program" and click "Next." Your default email application will be opened with the invitation file included as an attachment.

  • Enter the email address of the person assisting you and click "Send." Your remote invitation is valid for a maximum of 24 hours.

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