How to use Supremo for Mac running on macOS 10.14 and superior

//How to use Supremo for Mac running on macOS 10.14 and superior

Once you have downloaded the .zip file containing Supremo, you need to copy the executable into the Applications folder to start the software.

Are you using Supremo on your Mac running macOS 10.14 (Mojave) and need to grant access to perform remote connections?

Learn how with the following guide.

At the launch of the software you will be presented with this dialog:

How to use Supremo for Mac running on macOS 10.14 and superior

Clicking on Configure Permission appearing at the first start of Supremo, the following screen opens:

How to use Supremo for Mac running on macOS 10.14 and superior

The permissions panel will always be accessible at Tools / Permission:

How to use Supremo for Mac running on macOS 10.14 and superior

To allow the use of Supremo click on Request access on Accessibility field.

This will open the window:

How to use Supremo for Mac running on macOS 10.14 and superior

Once the dialog is open, select Open System Preferences. You will be directed to the Accessibility section of the Privacy box, into Security & Privacy preferences.

Click the lock icon in the lower left corner to grant authorizations to edit. You will be asked to enter the credentials of an administrator account to continue.

Check Supremo to grant access:

How to use Supremo for Mac running on macOS 10.14 and superior

Now you can close the Security & Privacy window. If you want to receive incoming connections using Supremo, who connects to your Mac will now be able to control it.

NOTE: Accessibility screen will always be accessible at the System Preferences of your Mac

Are you using Supremo on your Mac running macOS 10.15 (Catalina) or higher and need to grant access to perform remote connections?

Learn how with the following guide.

At the launch of the software you will be presented with this dialog:

How to use Supremo for Mac running on macOS 10.14 and superior

Clicking on Configure Permission appearing at the first start of Supremo, the following screen opens:

How to use Supremo for Mac running on macOS 10.14 and superior

The permissions panel will always be accessible at Tools / Permission:

How to use Supremo for Mac running on macOS 10.14 and superior

The following is the detail of the required authorizations to use Supremo:

  1. Accessibility: Supremo requires access to accessibility so that the mouse and keyboard can be remotely controlled
  2. Screen Recording: Supremo requires access to screen recording so that remote users can see the screen during remote control sessions and meetings
  3. Full Disk Access: Supremo requires full disk access to access files and folders on the Mac for file transfer (sending and receiving files)

To allow the use of Supremo click on Request access on Accessibility field.

This will open the window:

How to use Supremo for Mac running on macOS 10.14 and superior

Once the dialog is open, select Open System Preferences. You will be directed to the Accessibility section of the Privacy box, into Security & Privacy preferences.

Click the lock icon in the lower left corner to grant authorizations to edit. You will be asked to enter the credentials of an administrator account to continue.

Check Supremo to grant access:

How to use Supremo for Mac running on macOS 10.14 and superior

NOTE: the Accessibility screen will always be accessible at the System Preferences of your Mac

Now you can close the Security & Privacy window. If you want to receive incoming connections using Supremo, who connects to your Mac will now be able to control it.

The same authorization procedure must be followed for Screen Recording permissions:

How to use Supremo for Mac running on macOS 10.14 and superior

NOTE: the Screen Recording window will always be accessible at the System Preferences of your Mac

To give permissions related to Full Disk Access, after selecting Add Access a screen opens, you need to click the “+” button and select Supremo from the list of applications.

How to use Supremo for Mac running on macOS 10.14 and superior

NOTE: the Full Disk Access screen will always be accessible at the System Preferences of your Mac

2020-04-16T09:17:12+00:00

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