How to Enable Remote Management using Mac Terminal

You can check if Remote Management is turned off by making use of the systemsetup command.

% sudo systemsetup -getremotelogin

Remote Login: Off

If you wish to turn it on, you can run the below command in the Mac Terminal.

sudo /System/Library/CoreServices/RemoteManagement/ 
-access -on -users c2ctech 
-privs -all -restart -agent -menu
Screen recording might be disabled. Screen Sharing or Remote Management must 
be enabled from System Settings or via MDM.

Activated Remote Management.
Stopped ARD Agent.
c2ctech: Set user remote control privileges.
c2ctech: Set user remote access.
Restarted Menu Extra (System UI Server).

Replace c2ctech by your username.


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