We have a user with a computer in another country that needs support. I'm a Domain Admin but the machine won't get Group Policy for some reason. The end user isn't an Administrator so cannot install anything. They can download TeamViewer Quick Support, but if I log in I get their permissions which only confirms what I already know, Group Policy isn't working correctly. Trying to connect as the Domain Administrator it says "please wait while TeamViewer reboots to elevate privileges" but it doesn't, it just closes the Quick Support and re-opens it with the same privileges.
Without Group Policy I can't get past the firewall to RDP into the machine.
Any ideas what I can do next? (without handing out the Domain Admin password, obviously)
This is very strange and not something I have seen before, if you are connecting using Windows Authentication, this is supposed to give the QuickSupport elevated rights.
After fiddling with it for two hours I decided just to create a new temporary admin and gave one of the end users the details. They then were able to install the full version of TeamViewer and I was able to log in as the main admin account and do what I had to do.