How to enable remote desktop access on a Mac so you can control your computer from a different location
- You can enable
remote desktop accesson a Macto allow yourself and others to access your computerfrom a different location.
- You can choose which users can access your computer remotely by accessing System Preferences and selecting "Sharing."
Remote desktop access can allow you or others in your local
How to allow remote desktop access on a Mac
- Go to System Preferences, then click "Sharing."
- Select the "Remote Management" checkbox. You may be asked to select which options remote users will be permitted to perform. Set these manually by clicking "Options."
- To choose who has access to your computer, you can choose either "All users," which will allow everyone on your computer's account to access the computer remotely, or "Only these users," which allows you to pick specific users within a network.
- To adjust more
settings, click "Computer Settings" and adjust what will be displayed when someone else is accessing your computer remotely or what other users have to do to request remote access.
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