Thanks for the feedback and suggestions. Updating status to notedPaul Ramagost commented
This would be the only reason why we would use Windows Remote Assistance/Quick Assist over the SCCM remote control feature for normal support sessions. Another option that would be useful is to give the ability to toggle if you want the remote user to allow the session or not.
49 votesPaul Ramagost commented
I didn't see this suggestion during a search so I posted the same suggestion a couple hours ago. As far as I can tell, this affects Windows 10 systems, not the previous OS versions. The SelfUpdate website still exists on the WSUS server I have so I'm assuming older OS versions can still update the WUA from it. Also, the link you provided to update the agent doesn't cover Windows 10. Support says the only way the update agent gets updated now is via monthly cumulative updates. That means you must download the most current CU and deploy it outside of the Software Updates feature in SCCM. Here's a link to the thread I made with some more details but in the end I'm requesting the same exact thing you are in this thread.
663 votesstarted · Admindjam (Product Director, or Executive, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
Nudging this to started again… as there are even more updates in #MEMCM 2001.2 and 2002 tech previews.
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1,838 votesstarted · Admindjam (Product Director, or Executive, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
Phase 1 of these feature is in 1602 production