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Get help remotely with Quick Assist in Windows 10
Use Quick Assist in Windows 10 to grant remote access to your computer so trusted individuals can help solve your technical issues.
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Give assistance Select Start > Quick Assist (or select the Start button, type Quick Assist in the search box, then select it in the results). Select Assist another person, then send the 6-digit code to the person you're helping. When they've entered it, select either Take full control or View screen.
Quick Assist cannot give assistance It's July 25, 2019 and I can find plenty of content about Quick Assist, but not a single reference to explain why my version is missing the "Give Assistance" option.
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Quick Assist Give Assistance no longer generates a code I was so happy to see Quick Assist in Windows 10. I'm able to help my parents who live on the other side of the country when they run into issues. For a while it worked like a charm. I would open Quick Assist, click the Assist another person button and then generate the code so my parents ...
Quick Assist: give assistance to more than one PC at once I am using Quick Assist on Windows 10 to remotely help my brother who has networking problems between his 3 PCs. To do this effectively I need to view and control at least two of his PCs at the same time.