I'm running Parallels on my MacBook, and have been delighted with its performance. However, there is one thing which I would like to get working if possible. I'm a web developer, and from time to time I have to develop using IIS and ASP. I've configured IIS on my XP installation within Parallels and under the default values it works great. However, since I develop in Dreamweaver within the OSX environment and test using http://192.168.0.6/sitename on IIS of my Parallels windows machine (where 192.168.0.6 is its bridges IP and sitename is a subfolder of the default c:\inetpub\wwwroot, it would be really benificial if I could configure the home directory of IIS to be \\.psf\webroot where webroot is a shared folder configured in Parallels to point to a folder on my OSX filseystem. Whilst I can browse to the files in question on the shared directory, when I configure the home directory of IIS it doesn't work, throwing a Bad Request error. Is there any way I can do this? Why is IIS not liking the home directory being configured as a Parallels shared directory? If I can get this working then I can simply save my files in dreamweaver and immediately preview them in my browser using IIS on the Parallels machine. Any suggestions / thoughts will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.