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Take a look at AutoDMG. You can use a base OS X installer and add updates and packages to it. This would be a never booted machine that mimics fresh out of the box, with custom settings.


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I would suggest the Profile Management option that is included in OS X Server. It has all of the described above features and it is really easy to operate with. Take a look at https://www.apple.com/ca/osx/server/ it's $22.99 CAD.


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In Parallels you have a few choices of how to connect to a Network or Internet, Shared Networking, Bridged Ethernet Networking and Host-Only Networking. In all of these the Guest OS/VM only sees a Wired Ethernet Adapter as that is what the software provides. It does not provide a Wi-Fi Network Adapter even though the Guest OS/VM can connect to a Network or ...


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airmon-ng is a part of Aircrack-ng and if you want to use the Aircrack-ng software suite in a VM you'll need to provide your own USB Wi-Fi Network Adapter attached directly to the VM since Parallels, VMware Fusion and VirtualBox, only provide a wired Ethernet adapter to the VM.


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Though your Parallels tech support service has expired, they do have Parallels Desktop for Mac forums, where you can ask for help, and find previous answers. In particular, I found a relevant answer for you by eiraf-kr in the Parallels Forums. A user's "Home" folder is a common feature of Unix-y OSes, such as Unix, BSD, Linux, and OSX (since it's built ...



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