Do you need a quick solution to a technical problem? With our live remote-assistance tool, a member of our support team can view your desktop and share control of your mouse and keyboard to get you on your way to a solution.
A member of our support team will talk with you first to determine the nature of the problem. You will find the answers to security questions and system configuration requirements on our FAQ page. You can also view a demonstration of a screen-sharing session.
By accepting a request from a Serif representative to give Live Remote Assistance, you accept responsibility for any changes made to the desktop content or system settings. Serif does not assume and is not responsible for any liability for the linking and viewing of any desktop content. As such, Serif recommend you remain at your desktop and observe the entirety of the remote session. You will retain control for the duration of the remote session and can terminate the remote session at anytime.
Please close any personal or confidential information on your screen, as the technician will be viewing your desktop. The client understands that some problems may not be able to be rectified via the remote session. It is your responsibility to backup all applications and data prior to the remote session.
Step 1: Once you are on the phone with a member of our support team, you will be directed back to this page after your support representative provides you with a unique connection code. You will then enter the code in the field below and click the Click Here button to initiate the screen-sharing session.
Step 2: You are prompted to download a small virus-free plug-in.
Step 3: With your permission, your support representative can view your screen and share control of your mouse and keyboard.
Step 4: You are in full control of your computer at all times. You always have overriding control of your mouse and keyboard, and you can end the screen-sharing session at any time.
Type the code you received from your Representative and click the Click Here button to proceed