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Allow access for remote management and set options remotely using Unix commands

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I work in a school and am preparing Apple Remote Desktop (ARD) for use by teachers. Teachers and students have MacBook Airs running Mountain Lion.

I am trying to setup all student remotely. I have remotely added a standard user to all user accounts named Teacher. Remote Management is enabled on students laptops.

I now need to add the Teacher account in the "Allow access for:" area and also enable the options for the Teacher account as shown in the image provided. The catch is that I want to do this remotely using a Unix script from ARD. I have not been able to find anything on the Web to help me with this.
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In ARD, click on the menu item Manage. At the bottom of the list is "Change Client Settings..." You will find everything there that you are looking for. It will walk you through the different settings. The third step is Access where you can specify who and what type of access.
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