macOS 10.12.6 VM stuck at 1024x768 resolution

Discussion in 'Mac OS X Guest OS Discussion' started by Obi-Wan, Oct 21, 2017.

  1. Elric

    Elric Parallels Developers

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    Hi,
    please check Guest's System Preferences -> Security&Privacy for whether Parallels Extensions are not blocked by HighSierra. In my test environment this solved the issue
     
  2. CURTH

    CURTH Bit Poster

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    No, there is no blocking happening within Security&Privacy. I leave that page open, install parallel extensions in the guest MAC HS machine and install finishes, no message in Security&Privacy, does the normal requires reboot, and nothing, problem still persists.
     
  3. CarlosG5

    CarlosG5 Bit Poster

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    I tried also the approach. Host OS is High Sierra. Guest OS is High Sierra. Parallel 13.1.1 - Build 43120. On the guess OS, I open Security & Privacy / General. There is not a message there that tells you that Paralllel Extension can't be installed or waiting for permissions. In fact, it is installed. Asked for reboot and then after the system reboots you can see the warning on the top screen, right size, asking to install the extension agains. It seems, the system installed but it just doesn't work somehow.
     
  4. rkulikov

    rkulikov Parallels Developers

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    > No, there is no blocking happening within Security&Privacy. I leave that page open, install parallel extensions in the guest MAC HS machine and install finishes, no message in Security&Privacy, does the normal requires reboot, and nothing, problem still persists.

    The bad thing with macOS is that if you leave Security&Privacy tab open and then try you install some kernel extension that pane for user consent with "Allow" button would not be shown. You have to close System Preferences and open it once again, go to Security&Privacy tab and only after that you'll see request to allow KEXT.

    Also there's an issue from Parallels Tools installer side. If you install Parallels Tools, press "Allow" button for "Parallels International GmbH" kernel extension, reboot the guest and notice that Tools still don't work - please, just try to install Parallels Tools once again. After the second attempt everything should work ok.
     
  5. Elric

    Elric Parallels Developers

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    I can also suggest a way to disable this apple's kext-consent verification in guest mac os:
    - Open the VM Configuration -> Hardware -> Boot Order -> Advanced and enter the line to BootFlags:
    "devices.mac.csr-active-config=0x267" (without quotes)
     
    Last edited: Nov 23, 2017

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