Remote assistance Windows administration how to add AD?

There is such a thing as a "Service Remote assistance"
Here is the link on off. page
According to the logic it creates a file for the connection and mailed or transmitted to the administrator in other ways. Through it, you create a connection. The task is to add the snap-in AD in properties of the computer line connected through remote assistance. Logically, each computer in the domain, create this file with a lifetime of say 99999 days, then all going to the single registry and added to AD.
Can something be mistaken. Any idea how to implement it?
4 answers
July 2nd 19 at 13:32
Solution
Do not have to send invitation to admin. The administrator himself can "offer".
Create a shortcut to
XP: C:\WINDOWS\pchealth\helpctr\binaries\helpctr.exe /url "hcp://CN=Microsoft Corporation,L=Redmond,S=Washington,C=US\Remote Assistance\Escalation\Unsolicited\UnSolicitedRCUI.htm"
Vista: msra.exe /expert
7: msra.exe /offerra
8 and 10 have not tried it, probably like 7.
Next, enter the computer name (or IP address), the user is allowed to connect (in XP, using a small hack, it is possible even without a request to connect) and you're done. If you need to not only view, but also the management, the additional requests (there will be a special button) and it.
On the user machines must work service "help session Manager remote desktop".
UPD: Forgot, here here describes how to configure the client computers through GPO.
"further request (there will be a special button)"
How to seek further control over the users machine? - Bria_Beier commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:35
: The top left window remote assistance you will see a button "Request control". The user displays another message, which you will need to click "OK" (or "Yes" or "Allow", still can't remember). - Vickie72 commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:38
: I will try, thanks. - Bria_Beier commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:41
: Success? as I understand the topic is relevant again due to the release of TeamViewer 12? :) - gardner_Larkin commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:44
: what has changed in the new version? :) - Vickie72 commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:47
: now it crashed hard and for a long time locked session used for commercial purposes under non-commercial license - gardner_Larkin commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:50
: hmm, but how do they determine that a session is used for commercial purposes? - Vickie72 commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:53
: as I understand it, as soon as you begin to connect on many PCs, and often, and once connected to a PC that is already suspected of dishonesty - at once. - gardner_Larkin commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:56
: I understand. I really thought that in a truly non-profit (helping friends/relatives) purposes has become impossible to use. - Vickie72 commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:59
July 2nd 19 at 13:34
Solution
the collection of access files... brrr
Pay attention to the answer
He offered the only correct implementation using remote assistance, Active Directory. With links how and what to configure. Accordingly,the customers all the settings are done, including all of the services are enabled via gpo.
On the user machines must work service "help session Manager remote desktop".
- irrelevant, configured via GPO.
The examples run from the command line - for the "admin" part, respectively, once is enough to create a shortcut yourself (depending on what OS you use).
8 and 10, exactly as in 7-ke. msra /offerra
In 10-ke there is another app "quick help" - judging by what I see is a realization of the same console remote assistance connection, but judging from what I tried - it asks to log in to your microsoft account - for unodomani help.
Please note only that you will not get access to the desktop without user - this is a helper and not a means of connection ( or control ) remote console session in windows.
July 2nd 19 at 13:36
Remote assistance Windows administration how to add AD?
Why? Use the desktop connection or VNC, for example UtraVNC.
does not meet the regulations of the company. You can't use such programs - Bria_Beier commented on July 2nd 19 at 13:39
July 2nd 19 at 13:38
The file is not needed, there is a little thing at the bottom, selecting which registers the ip address of the client to which you want to connect.

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