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ABT Remote SupportSometimes your business suffers a setback. It could be a simple problem that might take forever to figure out on your own. ABT has the experience and tools to make your problem go away permanently, in the shortest time. We use remote control software to take control over your networked PCs and often we can help your users within minutes. This is just one of our many services. Call us first so we can be prepared to start helping you.
Other times you may need us to take the affected PC back to our office, where engineers will diagnose and repair the machine and bring it back to you. We can also offer low-cost replacements and transfer your data to the new machine if need be.
This page is intended for those users who have a problem they would like diagnosed without a service call. We can control your PC from our office, or anywhere we happen to be with an internet connection. There are many ways to do this. The method we use is the least intrusive; you need to actively connect to us for the connection to be made (we can't get a connection unless you allow it to happen.) Additionally, the program we use is very small and quick to download, and removes itself from your system when it isn't being used. If we disconnect from you, the program goes away unlike some other methods such as Remote Desktop built into Windows XP. Remote desktop remains active unlike the program we use, and hackers can get in through a connection that is always open. Our connection is used for the support session, and cannot be accessed until you use our program again for future support. Our program is simple and effective for us to help you fix the problem.
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