Remote Assistance in windows XP supported file transfer, voice and clipboard sharing. Windows 7 does not seem to support any of those. Is there a reason for this? I've heard that if you use easy connect, you can get some of those features back, but it seems
easy connect needs IPv6 and we're nowhere near full adoption of IPv6 that in the real world.
Are there changes coming to remote assistance to resupport those critical tools? Are there any good work arrounds for sending files? It is weird that microsoft would take a step back in this area.
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