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Microsoft has managed to annoy a whole bunch of IT admins with this new Windows update

Microsoft has attracted the scorn of a number of IT administrators after a recent policy change affecting its Windows remote desktop software, Quick Assist.

The company recently announced that the current version of Quick Assist will be retired on May 16 and replaced with an updated version distributed via the Microsoft Store.

However, some have expressed their frustrations with the new approach, which they say ignores a number of requirements and common pain points for administrators.

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