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Use Remote Assistance Connection in Windows 8

Posted by Arun Choudhary Articles | Windows 8 June 21, 2012
This article describes how to use a Remote Assistance Connection in Windows 8.
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Introduction

In this article we are explaining how to use a Remote Assistance Connection in Windows 8. With the help of Remote Assistance, we can connect one or more computers to provide assistance when someone is having trouble using his computer or vice versa. Windows 8 allows users to connect a computer to another computer. In Windows 8 you can turn on or off the Remote Assistance Connection on your system.

Windows 8 provides you Remote Assistance Connection for connecting the computers. If you connect one computer to another computer then people on different computers will be able to access all your personal files and data. First you open the Control Panel and then click on System and Security and then you click on the "Allow Remote Access" under the system tab and follows the steps. These are given below.

Steps How to Use Remote Assistance Connection in Windows 8

Step 1 : Move the cursor to the bottom-right and select the search box and enter into the search box what you want.

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Step 2 : In the search box, you can type the name "Control Panel" and click on the Control Panel.

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Step 3 : In this step, you click on "System and Security".

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Step 4 : In this step, you click on the "Allow Remote Access" under the System.

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Step 5 : In this step first you click on the "Remote" tab. You can show check box turn on or off the Remote Assistance. You can click on the check box to turn on or off the Remote Assistance and then click on Ok or Apply Button.

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