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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.
To give help if someone has requested it: Go to the search box and enter remote assistance, then select Invite someone to connect to your PC and help you, or offer to help someone else. Select Help someone who has invited you. Do one of the following: ...
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.
I am having trouble giving assistance using Quick Assist when using my organization 365 login. When I use my personal Microsoft login I am able to generate a code no problem but after I login to my organizations account it drops me back at the "Get assistance" without the option to "Give assistance".