Apple ID authorization (vm on MacOS monterey) issue

Discussion in 'Parallels Desktop for Apple Silicon (M1) Mac' started by Mikhail7, Nov 2, 2021.

  1. Mikhail7

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    Hello,
    after clear installation macOS monterey(virtual machine) on MacBook M1 with macOS monterey, I tried to connect(on virtual machine, ofcourse) to iCloud and install macOS server but have error "Tha action could not be completed" What I do wrong?

    Thank you.
     

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  2. VincentParal

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    The same for me
     
  3. koichiy3

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    The same problem here.
    M1 Pro MacBook Pro 14" 2021, macOS 12.0.1, Parallels Desktop 17.1.0
     
  4. scok

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    Same for me. I'm thinking this might be a restriction from Apple? Maybe Apple knows a VM and prevented the sign in? I wish the Parallels team will answer these posts.
     
  5. MattPackwood

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    I found a note in the article announcing it, under "Known Issues" (i.e. things that are broken..)
    https://kb.parallels.com/125561

    Search for "register with Apple ID"
     
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  6. MayT

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    Apple ID use in the Mac OS Monterey VM is broken. This needs to be fixed asap.
     
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  7. MattPackwood

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    I think (and do not know) that it is due to the "Serial Number" of the VM.
     
  8. Silvan1

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    Same here ...needs many many fixed (I personally would have not release this software in this bad state ...help from Parallels is appalling as always)
     
  9. MarianD3

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    Same here ... hope they will fix this soon.
     
  10. SergioI1

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    Latest update
    https://kb.parallels.com/128867

    I'm not sure what to do, as my use case requires `xCode` and to install it, you need the store, that needs apple id :(
     
  11. NavilleZhang

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    Apple intentionally crippled the ``.vmapple`` version of the Kernel, so no
     
  12. HaraldSt

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    These are still limitations imposed by Apple's Hypervisor and macOS.
     
  13. MattPackwood

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    So, do we think these will change or are we at a "no go"?
     
  14. HaraldSt

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    I suspect they will eventually change.
     
  15. OrenJ

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    so this one is my problem that why can't sign in is there any way i can develop ios app on virtual mac other than monterey?
     
  16. HaraldSt

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    You should be able to log in under XCode. iCloud is separate. Admittedly I have not tried it.
     
  17. Silvan1

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    (Why do you even reply if you have tried nothing, what a waste of everyone's time)

    No. XCode does not work. Cannot sign into an iCloud Account through XCode (yes even seperately, trying only through the app).
    Also, (if you are trying to be smart), you can export the iCloud-User-Profile from a "normal" MacOS machine (not VM) which is logged into an iCloud-Account, BUT you cannot import this profile into XCode inside the VM. The same problem will occur
     
  18. HaraldSt

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    The limitations are in Apple Virtualization Framework, which is different on M1 than Intel. I am pretty sure iCloud identity makes use of the Secure Enclave. Providing access to that while keeping it secure is likely a tough issue to solve.
    Thanks for trying this. Bummer!
     

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