To know your Mac hostname, open Terminal and you will see it right away. The letters between "@" and "~ %" is your Mac host name. Network setting in Parallels: just use the default one - shared network. There are a few caveats that you may want to know as well. 1) You may need to set the portproxy again each time you reinstall the runtime environment in your virtual windows 11. 2) On the mac (the host), if you are using a commercial antivirus software that comes with a private firewall, remember to set an exception to let incoming TCP and UDP communication from your virtual windows 11 (you may need the ip address of your windows virtual machine to do this). Otherwise, Analyzer on your virtual windows 11 won't be able to detect the HASP key connected to your Mac. How to know the address? On your virtual windows 11, open a command prompt and type ipconfig and enter: your virtual windows 11 ip address = ipv4 address.