Allow Apple Remote Desktop to access your Mac
Use Remote Management in Sharing settings to allow others to access your computer using Apple Remote Desktop.
On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Settings, click General in the sidebar, then click Sharing on the right. (You may need to scroll down.)
Turn on Remote Management, then click the Info button on the right.
Turn on any of the following options:
Always show Remote Management status in menu bar.
Anyone may request permission to control screen.
VNC viewers may control screen with password. If you turn on this option, you need to enter a password.
Click the “Allow access for” pop-up menu, then do one of the following:
Let anyone with a user account on your Mac access your computer: Choose “All users,” click Options, turn on the options that local users are allowed to perform, then click OK.
Choose who can access your computer: Choose “Only these users,” click the Add button , select the users who can access your computer, then click Select.
Below Computer Information, enter information to display in the System Overview Report. (You may need to scroll down.)
Apple Remote Desktop is available from the App Store. For help setting up and using Apple Remote Desktop, see the Apple Remote Desktop User Guide.