Type rdp in search
Add your computer name.
Select Show Options at the bottom left, you will be on the General tab. Enter your netid and select Allow me to save credentials as shown.
If you need to use multiple screens you can click on Display and select Use all my monitors for the remote session.
Go back to the General tab Save As.
Select Desktop then save the session.
You should be able to see the saved session on your Desktop.
Double click on the Remote Desktop icon and start your session.
Navigate to your sent items and select the email that you want to recall.
After you select the email that you wish to retrieve, go to Actions and select recall.
From here you have the option to delete or replace/edit the message.
Double Click on the Bomgar icon on your desktop.
This will open a page where you can enter they key that will be given to you by the tech.
If you are using Chrome the file will be in the lower left corner .
Double click on the file and click run.
Click allow to give the tech access to your computer
Select yes to allow the tech to make changes
If you are using Firefox click save file
The file will be located in the top right corner of the browser.
Click on the file and select run.
If you are using Edge or IE
Click on click here
You will be prompted at the bottom of the screen select open and the software will run.
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