• TiredN
    0
    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.

    Thanks
  • Gleb
    34
    Hi , 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 Here's a howto (it's a little bit outdated, Encryption is not mandatory in this case anymore).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.
  • TiredN
    0
    Awsome, that works great!
    Thanks for the quick reply.
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