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

    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

    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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