Enabling remote assistance for IT service.
Dialog boxes require admin password to install apps remotely at times. Dialog boxes appear for credentials but we are unable to enter usernames and passwords.
Honestly, I think that Microsoft Teams is so bad lately. I've been having so much trouble with it recently. I can't see my latest messages or threads, and I restart the app manually to force a refresh, but it won't work this way either. Teams is constantly freezing, and I try force quitting the app and then opening it again, and it's still not working. I can't receive notifications for whatever reason. I'm honestly getting so angry, and I'm spending so much time googling how to solve all these issues. Do you guys think I should maybe contact an IT company? What do you think about https://sphereit.uk? Have you used their services before?
Armand Salmon commented
Agreed. Either enable UAC dialog prompts or integrate Windows 10 Quick Assist.
I have posted a feature request here for similar.
I struggle performing IT support with this tool. Many dialog boxes can not be controlled. Once control is lost for that window, all control is lost, requiring user intervention to close a box, after which control is restored.
*CMD Dialog (admin)