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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.
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.
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 ...
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.
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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