using ad to automatically is checked "remote assistance" in the system in the client PC properties

Is there a way to do the above?

The strategy has been set to allow

There are many computers in my organization and I would use ad to facilitate this process.

I already activate the option "provide assistance remotely" in politics in my ad, but this does not automatically check the box remote to the client computer assistance.

Please notify.

Thank you.

Jericho

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Hi Jericho,

Thanks for posting in the Microsoft Community.

Since you are facing a problem to activate the option "offer remote assistance" in the client PC, the question you posted would be better suited for the IT Pro on TechNet public. I would recommend posting your query in the TechNet Forums to get help:

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