Parallels For Mac Wifi 
Availability and Pricing Parallels Mac Management 8.5 is available today, with pricing starting at US$45 annually per Mac. Its features and details are available online at parallels.com/mac-management. Customers who purchase Parallels Mac Management in 2020 will enjoy the new additional iPad and iPhone management features for free until the end of 2020. Parallels Mac Management will have an increased price point in 2021, but current and new customers in 2020 maintain their current pricing moving forward.
Parallels For Mac Wifi
Additionally, Parallels Desktop for Mac Business Edition (parallels.com/business), the simplest and most secure way to provide Windows applications to employees with Mac computers, can be added to Parallels Mac Management.
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I have upgraded my Mac to BigSur update and have VMware Fusion Pro 12.1.2 and have been having issues with bridged wifi on all my VMs. Lately I have been having issues downloading large files when using any VM. I get "Network Error" using Chrome, FireFox, IE, etc. I have also tried to downloading large files via command line on some of my linux boxes and it fails to download the file.
No custom networking configs. Basically tried from clean install as well. Changed wifi to bridged mode and verified IP address. I can download things like Google Chrome or Firefox just fine, however larger files like 2gb+ seems to throw a connection error. As an example I tried downloading Ubuntu from a windows vm and linux vm both errored out within the first 5 seconds of attempting download.
I will hook back up the g3100 a little later and get a screenshot when it happens. Again, other devices do not drop out. Only the computers with parallels access installed. Thanks for your input and help !!!
What I did to stop the intermittent dropouts was to backup all my data, format the hard drive, do a clean install of macOS and then all my other programs and not install parallels access. Please read the reply from 10/4/2021 to see how another person did a work around. I still have my older g1100 router hooked up so I do not experience the dropouts now, but I need to get my g3100 back into the system for a wireless Fios tv one.
Currently, engineering computer labs and laptops are Windows PC based. In addition, some engineering software (SolidWorks and some EE simulation software in particular) only run on a Windows PC. For this reason, use of a Windows PC based system is highly recommended. Some applications such as: AutoCAD and Excel both have applications for Mac, but the functionality of these programs is not always the same as their PC counterparts. With the limitations of Macs, it is possible to run parallels on your Mac that will allow you to install Windows 10 allowing for the use of Windows based software applications. However, it should be noted that the cost of upgrading your Mac to run Windows 10 should be factored into your estimated expense (Parallels for Mac: +Desktop+for+Mac/1756463 Windows 10: +10/1612972)