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Will I be able to create a Bootcamp partition that I can boot into from Parallels once I've upgraded to High Sierra?

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Yes, but there are a few issues. See Known issues with macOS 10.13 High Sierra and Parallels Desktop for Mac:

Known issues

  • Cannot create a new Boot Camp VM. Fixed in version 13.1.0
  • Cannot start an existing Boot Camp VM. Fixed in version 13.1.0
  • Cannot install macOS High Sierra to a virtual machine with Apple File System type. Fixed in version 13.1.0
  • Cannot install Kaspersky Internet Security for Mac on macOS 10.13 High Sierra. No workaround.
  • Video artefacts when switching desktop spaces in Full Screen mode. No workaround.
  • A VM installed from Mac Recovery partition cannot upgrade to macOS High Sierra. No workaround.
  • Parallels Tools system extensions are blocked in macOS High Sierra VM. In macOS High Sierra VM open System Preferences > Security & Privacy > General > click 'Allow'. See KB 124244
  • Cannot deploy Parallels Desktop to Macs with macOS High Sierra (host OS). See KB 124289
  • Huh. I'm on Parallels 12 and don't have any issues creating new Boot Camp VMs or starting existing ones, on both High Sierra and Mojave. – Wowfunhappy Nov 16 '18 at 18:19

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