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At the Installation Type screen, choose Change Install Location , if you would like to change the path that Parallels will install onto. Otherwise, click on Install as seen in Figure 9-15 and then enter the username and password to authenticate the Parallels installer.
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Figure 9-15. Click on Install then type username and password to authenticate Parallels Installer
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When the installation has completed, click Close. You can now browse to the /Applications/Parallels directory to see the Parallels Desktop application bundle and open it. The first time you open Parallels Desktop it will ask you to Activate the product (enter the serial number). Since you don t want freshly imaged systems to show the Welcome to Parallels Desktop splash screen, uncheck the Show at Startup box, and then click on Start using Parallels Desktop. You will have deployed Parallels to your monolithic image set.
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Next, setup the default location that virtual machines will be located. Later, when we move into automated deployment this will become a key component of ensuring the .pvm bundle that makes up a virtual machine is located in the desired location. To do so, open Parallels Desktop and click on the Parallels Desktop menu, selecting Preferences. Next, click on the General preference line item and then enter the default location (/VMs) and then click on the OK button, as seen in Figure 9-16.
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Figure 9-16. Enter the default location /VMs then click OK
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Within Parallels you can easily invoke the Virtual Machine Assistant, used to create new virtual machine instances. To do so, open Parallels Desktop and then click Virtual Machine from the File menu. At the Introduction screen of the assistant, click on the Continue button. At the Operating System Detection screen, choose how you want
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Figure 9-17. Manually choosing your installation options
Based on the media in the drive the Virtual Machine Assistant will provide you with an Operating System Type and Version screen so you can confirm the operating system to deploy. Next, you will see the Virtual Machine Type screen, where you can select to customize your virtual machine environment. For the purposes of this example, go ahead and click on Express Windows and then click on the Continue button shown in Figure 9-18.
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Figure 9-18. After clicking on Express Windows, click on the Continue button
At the Express Windows Installation screen shown in Figure 9-19, enter the name, company name, Windows XP serial number, and optionally select whether to install 64-bit. You can then click on the Advanced button to increase the available RAM for the virtual machine to over 1GB and you can even provision more than one processor if you so wish. If you will be running more than an application or two, or if the applications are fairly resource intensive, then it s recommended to go ahead and allocate more resources to the virtual machine. Otherwise, simply click on Continue to move on to the next step.
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Figure 9-19. The Express Windows Installation screen
At the Name and Location screen, as seen in Figure 9-20, provide a name for the virtual machine. Also select whether you will enable file sharing (which will share your Mac home folder to your Windows installation) and user profile sharing (which will share your Desktop and other items between Mac OS X and Windows). Additionally, under the More Options portion of the screen, choose whether to create a desktop icon for the virtual machine, whether to allow other users of the host to access the virtual machine, and finally a custom location for the virtual machine. If you do not choose a custom location, the virtual machine will default to the ~ /Documents/Parallels/ directory. If you are using FileVault then you may want to move the location outside of your encrypted home folder. Likewise, this VM may be utilized by multiple users, so you may want to specify the option to save your virtual machines in the /Users/Shared public directory.
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