Do I have to have Parallels for Mac on for Remote Access?

Discussion in 'Accessing your Mac' started by KelvinM, Oct 26, 2016.

  1. KelvinM

    KelvinM Bit Poster

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    Sorry if this question seems weird.

    I am not a user of 'Access' yet. But I'm wondering if I have to have Parallels for Mac on before I can remote access... OR is Access a standalone application that can be on, without Parallels for Mac being on?

    Similar to how Toolbox is separate from Parallels for Mac and I can run it all the time.

    Hope this makes sense.
     
  2. Dinesh@Parallels

    Dinesh@Parallels Guest

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    Hello @KelvinM
    Parallels Access is a standalone application and it's not mandatory to have Parallels Desktop on your Mac to use Parallels Access. You can all the time since it's a standard alone application.
     

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