Information Supported Deployment Tools You can deploy Parallels Toolbox Business Edition on Mac computers using one of the following package deployment tools:. Jamf. Parallels Mac Management for Microsoft SCCM. DeployStudio. ARD. Munki For instructions on how to deploy software using these tools, please refer to their respective documentation. Preparing the Parallels Toolbox Deployment Package To download the Parallels Toolbox deployment package:.
Parallels Toolbox Business Edition For Mac
With a Parallels Desktop for Mac Home or Pro Edition subscription, Parallels Toolbox is. To get started with Parallels Toolbox for Mac please visit KB 123904. What are the benefits of Parallels Toolbox Business Edition for Mac? What are the Parallels Toolbox for Mac system requirements?
Click to download the toolbox-autodeploy.zip file to your computer. By default, Safari automatically extracts files from a ZIP archive after downloading it to a Mac.
If your web browser is configured otherwise, unzip the archive. The archive contains a folder which contains the the deployment package, and the Administrator's Guide.
Configuring deployment options Right-click the Parallels Toolbox Autodeploy.pkg package and choose Show Package Contents. You will see the License Key and Configuration folder that contains the deploy.cfg file. Open the file in a text editor (e.g. TextEdit) to define configuration parameters for automatic deployment of Parallels Toolbox. Specify your Parallels Toolbox Business Edition license key, so Parallels Toolbox can be automatically activated on target Mac computers. To do so, find the License section (almost at the top) and specify your license key as a value of the licensekey parameter. The key must be specified in the following format: 'XXXXXX-XXXXXX-XXXXXX-XXXXXX-XXXXXX' (including quotes and dashes).
When done, save the file. Note: Parallels Toolbox activation requires Internet access. You need to make sure that port 443 is opened on target Mac computers, so they can communicate with Parallels License Server.
The Software Updates section is used to configure Parallels Toolbox automatic updates. If the parameter is commented out (not specified), automatic updates will be enabled (same as the off option). The List of Enabled Tools section is used to specify individual tools that should be available to Mac users. The list should contain tool names separated by commas with no spaces. To make all tools available, leave the parameter commented out. Deploying Parallels Toolbox Once the deployment package is configured, you can deploy it to Mac computers using a remote Mac management tool of your choice. When the package is deployed and executed on a Mac computer, it will install Parallels Toolbox, activate it using the specified license key, and configure it according to the specified deployment configuration options.
Once that's done, your users can begin using Parallels Toolbox.
Information Parallels Toolbox is a collection of convenient, easy-to-use, lightweight applications, or tools, to help you focus, get things done, and stay secure. It provides quick access to many common functions that are either hidden, require hard-to-remember keyboard shortcuts, or are just not available.
Visit to see the list of available tools. Installation To deploy Parallels Toolbox on Windows computers in your organization, you need to execute from the command line specifying the desired parameters. Visit to learn more about the deployment process.
Activation You can activate Parallels Toolbox for Business during. If you would like to activate the product manually, click I Have a Key and enter a license for Parallels Desktop Business Edition of Parallels Toolbox for Mac Business Edition. Using Parallels Toolbox To learn more about any tool, move the pointer over the tool, click the right mouse button and select About.
To enable a tool, simply click on its icon. The enabled tools are marked with a white circle. You can add any tool to Favorites for easier access by clicking with right mouse button and choosing Add to Favorites. For more details on Parallels Toolbox deployment and configuration refer to the.