Here's the situation. There is a person on Team X. They share some hardware that I also work on.
They're trying to create a setup for something and struggling big time with it. It's none of my business, but I know that they are struggling. And on a couple of occasions they ping me asking for details about that machine's setup. Whenever they quiz me on something I provide the answers. But over time, I feel like helping them.
So finally, I ask them how their work is going because I know that they're struggling with it. They tell me their problem and I give them a solution. And what follows is a surprise. They start throwing their problems at me one after another. There's no please, or gratitude. In fact, it appears that they're speaking to me as if it is my job to solve their problems.
In the ongoing discussion I get the impression that they're turning around their problems into "I don't know the setup on this machine, but it's your job and you have to help me out with this" and "I need to do X for this setup, so how do I do it?" rather than searching for their own solutions.
I help out whatever I can and end the conversation. I get the feeling that they don't want to put effort in figuring out how to go about doing stuff which is easily google-able.
At the end she says "I'm going to bug you again tomorrow".
How can I communicate that I just went out of my way to help them, and they took my help for granted and that I will not be helping them again tomorrow?