Screen Share with the Endpoint from the Android Access Console

  Screen Sharing

If screen sharing does not automatically start, touch the Play button at the top of the Screen Sharing page to request view and control of the remote system. You have full mouse and keyboard control of the remote system, enabling you to work on the remote computer as if you were really there.

  • Tap once to left-click.
  • Double-tap to double-click.
  • Place your finger on the cursor or drag to navigate the mouse.
  • Double-tap an item and then drag to drag and drop.
  • Pinch to view the remote screen at a scaled size or at its full resolution. Zoom occurs where the fingers are placed, regardless of the current pointer location.
  • Tap with two fingers to right-click.
  • Scroll the mouse wheel by dragging with three fingers.
  • Tap with three fingers to toggle the keyboard.
  • Tap and hold to locate the cursor.


Screen Sharing Tools

Start Screen Sharing Stop Screen Sharing

Request or stop screen sharing.

Screen Sharing



View additional actions available when screen sharing.


  Keyboard Icon

Access the keyboard in order to type on the remote screen.



Command Shell More Options Icon

Select from additional screen sharing actions and tools.



Full Screen Toggle

View the remote desktop in full screen mode.

  Full Screen

Additional Screen Sharing Actions and Tools


Special Actions - Perform a special action on the remote system. Based on remote operating system and configuration, available tasks vary.

Paste to Clipboard - Paste items to the clipboard on your device.

Privacy Screen - Disable the remote user's screen view, mouse, and keyboard input. Restricted endpoint interaction is available only when accessing macOS or Windows computers. Restricted customer interaction is available only when supporting Windows computers. In Windows Vista and above, the endpoint client must be elevated. On Windows 8, this feature is limited to disabling the mouse and keyboard.

Performance - Select the color optimization mode to view the remote screen. If you are going to be primarily sharing video, select Video Optimized; otherwise select between Black and White (uses less bandwidth), Few Colors, More Colors, or Full Color (uses more bandwidth). Both Video Optimized and Full Color modes allow you to view the actual desktop wallpaper.

Displays - Select an alternate remote monitor to display. The primary monitor is highlighted.

Reboot - Tap to reboot the remote system.

Gestures Help - Tap to receive tips for navigating the mobile access console.