Are you aware that it is possible for you to receive IT support from technicians who are far away? In other words, are you aware that it is possible for you to receive IT support remotely? This is possible through the remote rescue capabilities brought about by the LogMeInRescue system (which is also commonly referred to as the LogMeIn123 system).
Thanks to LogMeIn remote rescue, you can give a trusted technician, who is at a remote location, full control of your computer, for him or her to fully help you with whatever issues happen to be bugging you. Thanks to the LogMeInRescue system, you can connect remotely to your desktop and do various things as if you were right behind the computer. Therefore, the LogMeIn123 remote rescue solution takes the provision of IT support to another higher level: by making it possible for such IT support to be offered remotely.
What accessing remote rescue through the LogMeInRescue service entails, at a glance
Accessing remote rescue through the LogMeIn123 service mainly entails going to the LogMeInRescue website, acquiring the LogMeInRescue software (or a free trial of it) and proceeding to install the small application on your computer. Once the small application (also referred to as an applet) is installed onto your computer, you can start a support session. During the session it becomes possible for the (trusted) technician on the other end to fully access your computer, and do various things as if he or she was right behind the machine!
Things you need to have, to access remote rescue through the LogMeInRescue service
To access remote rescue through the LogMeInRescue service, you need to have downloaded and installed the small application that makes the running of remote support sessions possible. And for you to download and install that small application, you need to have a 6-digit code: which you acquire when you either buy or sign up for a free trial of the LogMeInRescue system. You, of course, need to have access to a computing device that is connected to the Internet, for you to do all this.
The website you need to visit, to access remote rescue through the LogMeInRescue service
To access remote rescue through the LogMeInRescue service, you need to first visit the LogMeInRescue website homepage, and from there either buy the LogMeInRescue system or sign up for a free trial of it. Then you need to visit the LogMeIn123 website (which is really the ‘support connection’ page of the LogMeInRescue website), to download the small application necessary to run remote support sessions.
Steps you need to follow, to access remote rescue through the LogMeInRescue service
- Get the browser application on your computing device running. Then enter the address for the LogMeInRescue website homepage into the browser, so as to be transferred to that homepage. The address that can get you to the LogMeInRescue website homepage is provided below, in the ‘links to help you’ section (as the first link).
- When you get to the LogMeInRescue website homepage, sign up for a free trial of the LogMeInRescue system — or just go ahead and buy the application. This will culminate in you getting a 6-digit code, which you’d be using to download the small application that makes the remote support sessions possible.
- Armed with the 6-digit code, now go to the secure section of LogMeInRescue website – specifically to the ‘support connection’ page. The address that can get you to the Support Connection page of the LogMeInRescue website is provided below, in the ‘links to help you’ section (as link 2).
- Once you get to the ‘Support Connection’ page of the LogMeInRescue website, as required, enter the 6-digit code, and then click on the ‘start download’ button.
- Once the small application is downloaded and installed onto your computer, follow the steps it requires of you, to initiate remote support sessions. The sessions should only be conducted with fully trusted technicians. That is the case given that the LogMeInRescue system is one that makes complete remote control of your computer possible.
Links to help you
- LogMeInRescue homepage: https://www.logmeinrescue.com/
- LogMeInRescue ‘support connection’ page (also known as LogMeIn123): http://www.logmein123.com