Hello, I just set up a VM running macOS Sierra, on a macOS Sierra host (so that after upgrading the host to High Sierra, I can still run 32Bit apps in the VM). But macOS as guest seems to miss most of the features i have with my other VMs (Windows 10, Ubuntu 14 LTS): there is no way to open files and links in the host OS, there is no option to start the machine in Coherence (though starting it 'like the last time' works just fine, so why is that option missing?) and worst of all: when I switch to Coherence, I have 2 Docks, with the host's Dock not showing any apps on the guest system. Is this normal behaviour? Or is there something wrong with the VM or my configuration? And if it's normal: are there any "hacks" or manual tweaks to the machine's configuration file to fix that? And completely unrelated: I have no use for all those preinstalled apps on the machine. But macOS doesn't allow me to delete them. Booting into Recovery (to delete them from there) doesn't seem to work and Parallels Mounter doesn't show anything but the Library and System folders. Any suggestions, how to achieve this?