@German1 I don't quite understand your question.
I don't think there is anyway of remote controlling an iOS device. You can remote control Mac OS and Windows devices from within systems manager as long as they have the agent installed.
We need remote control iOS and android devices but I think is not supported now, I don't know if it`s planned for roadmap?
Thanks for your response.
I can only speak for iOS for now, but we rely on the MDM commands that Apple publishes to actually interact with the device. Until Apple publishes an endpoint for us to remotely interact (like remote desktop) with a device, it will never be a feature. If you're interested, here's the Apple MDM Protocol reference guide we use when interacting with an iOS device: https://developer.apple.com/business/documentation/MDM-Protocol-Reference.pdf
Considering one of iOS' main selling points is privacy and with the OS being a mobile-first, I doubt this will ever be a feature. Out of interest however, what advantages would having RDP-like access to an iPhone for example have?
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