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  1. Granting Access to TeamViewer on Mac This article will assist you in granting access to TeamViewer on Mac. Only use this article if you have installed the latest version of T eamViewer on Mac (not TeamViewer QuickSupport) and your machine is running on macOS 10.14 Mojave or higher.
  2. TeamViewerQS.dmg is the common file name to indicate this program's installer. This free software for Mac OS X was originally created by TeamViewer GmbH.

If you are starting TeamViewer on your Mac running macOS 10.15 (Catalina) for the first time, you will be prompted with the following dialog:

By default, all permissions are set to Denied. Please give permission to the system capabilities manually to use TeamViewer as desired. If you or others need to access the Mac remotely, Screen Recording and Accessibility are required at a minimum.

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1 Click on the URL nomadesk.com/remote 2 Click on ' Remote Support for Mac ' Step 3 Double click on the file, once the download is finished. Step 4 Double click on TeamViewer QuickSupport application (the view might be different on your device depending on the listed items). How to grant access to TeamViewer on your Mac If you're starting TeamViewer 14 or higher on your Mac running macOS 10.14 (Mojave) or higher for the first time, you will be prompted with the following dialog: You can also open this dialog by clicking on Help - Check system access.

To allow the access, click the buttons shown in the dialog. Eg. click Open Full Disk Access Preferences... which will bring you to the Full Disk Access section of the Privacy pane, inside the Security & Privacy preferences:

For the Accessibility access you will need to click the padlock icon in the lower-left corner to make changes. You will be prompted to enter the credentials of an administrator account to continue.

Put a check next to TeamViewer to grant it access:

Repeat the same for Screen Recording and Accessibility if desired. Those are required to control your Mac.

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Click again on the padlock in the lower-left corner to prevent further changes.

Now you can close the Security & Privacy window. The next time you want to receive an incoming connection with TeamViewer, the person connecting to your Mac will be able to see and control your screen.

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The permission status can be reviewed under Help -> Check system access at any time.

If you are starting TeamViewer on your Mac running macOS 10.15 (Catalina) for the first time, you will be prompted with the following dialog:

By default, all permissions are set to Denied. Please give permission to the system capabilities manually to use TeamViewer as desired. If you want to allow remote access to your Mac, Screen Recording and Accessibility are required at a minimum.

To allow the access, click the buttons shown in the dialog. Eg. click Open Full Disk Access Preferences… which will bring you to the Full Disk Access section of the Privacy pane, inside the Security & Privacy preferences:

For the Accessibility access you will need to click the padlock icon in the lower-left corner to make changes. You will be prompted to enter the credentials of an administrator account to continue.

Put a check next to TeamViewer to grant it access:

Click Later to continue. Repeat the same for Screen Recording and Accessibility. Those are required to control your Mac.

Click again on the padlock in the lower-left corner to prevent further changes.

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Now you can close the Security & Privacy window. The next time you want to receive an incoming connection with TeamViewer, the person connecting to your Mac will be able to see and control your screen.

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The permission status can be reviewed under Help -> Check system access at any time.