Microsoft has broadened the capabilities of its Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset (DaRT) to allow administrators to troubleshoot ill-behaving desktop Windows computers from afar.
The new version allows IT pros to use the DaRT features to both diagnose and repair PC without having to physically be there.
DaRT is a collection of administrator tools for fixing faulty desktop Windows computers. It offers a set of commands for repairing computers that cannot be booted up. It has a crash analyzer that can pinpoint where a problem occurs. It also offers the ability to restore the system to its last working state.
With this release, administrators can have the user boot directly into DaRT, instead of booting into their normal Windows session.