As a first step, choose an agent from the Control Pack menu, your choice of agent should be determined by the specific target and the desired method of execution. For instance, opting for the Java agent will make it run from a JAR file, or you can convert this file to a PE (exe) file using Launch4J. This agent will run from the Java Virtual Machine and that makes it challenging, if not impossible, for an AV or EDR to trace the bytecode of this agent during runtime.
The type of access would also depend on the agent you run on your target. If you select a browser shell, your access will be confined to the context of the web browser, and for every agent type the agent will inherit from the user the rights and execution permissions. The communication stream used for all these agents is obfuscated over HTTP mimicking regular web traffic.