Is there a way to allow the connecting party to enter administrator credentials for tasks that need elevated permissions?
I'm looking at using CloudBerry Remote Assistant for remote IT support for a business and don;t really want the end users knowing the admin passwords for their laptops.
, I'd recommend you run Remote Assistant on the end user side as a service - this requires connecting through Unattended Access.
Here's a howto
(it's a little bit outdated, Encryption is not mandatory in this case anymore).
In this case you should be able to interact with the UAC prompt, including entering the admin credentials.
Awsome, that works great!
Thanks for the quick reply.
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