Testing Anti Remote Desktop Control for iOS in Zoom
This Knowledge Base article provides instructions for testing Appdome’s Anti Remote Desktop Control protection in Zoom, on iOS devices.
The option of having remote control can only be explicitly given by the participant who is screen sharing with the Zoom desktop client. Therefore, a person who joins a meeting on an iPad or Android device cannot request remote control or give it. For details, see Zoom Support website.
To test Anti Remote Desktop Control, you will need:
- One (1) iPhone device
- One (1) Macbook
- A mobile app (.IPA for iOS)
Performing the Actual Test
To perform the test:
- Build an app with Anti Remote Desktop Control and
Block Suspicious Accessibility, as seen below.
- Install the protected app on your iPhone.
- Install Zoom on your MacBook, by using the Zoom installation link on AppStore.
- Open Zoom on both your iPhone and your MacBook.
- Start a meeting from your iPhone.
- Join the meeting from your MacBook (you will need the Meeting ID and Passcode).
- On iPhone, tap Share and then select (tap) Screen.
- Tap Start Broadcast.
You should see the iPhone screen on your MacBook.
- Open the protected app on your iPhone.
Anti-Remote Desktop Control should be triggered.
- Testing Anti Remote Desktop Control for iOS in TeamViewer
- Testing Anti Remote Desktop Control for iOS in AnyDesk
- Testing Anti Remote Desktop Control for Android in AnyDesk
- Testing Anti Remote Desktop Control for Android in TeamViewer
How Do I Learn More?
The description above is designed to help you test Anti Remote Desktop Control for iOS in Zoom. If you have any questions, please send them our way at support.appdome.com or via the chat window on the Appdome platform.
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