Network Initialization Failed

Discussion in 'Installation and Configuration' started by StephenB13, Oct 6, 2018.

  1. PaulM50

    PaulM50 Bit Poster

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    Hi, I have upgraded to big sur beta 8, ran that command above, then recreated my vm and it works
     
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  2. JesseH1

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    Yup, that did it for me too, after upgrading to Big Sur dev beta 8 (build 20A5374i).

    I didn't need to recreate my VM or even restart it -- I started it back up from a suspended state and the bridged networking came up without missing a beat.
     
  3. RomainP1

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    Same update to beta 8, I re imported my Bootcamp and still have the problem
    ID 350260888
     
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  4. Jon Drover

    Jon Drover Bit Poster

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    Upgraded to dev beta 8, ran the script, and networking is working again.
     
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  5. PeterH44

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    Got it working but only as root, after running the shellscript.
    Found no solution for the regular user. Anyone?
     
  6. Maria@Parallels

    Maria@Parallels Parallels Team

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    Hello, did you try the Terminal command above?
     
  7. Maria@Parallels

    Maria@Parallels Parallels Team

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    The issue is still under investigation with Parallels Engineering Team.
    We will update once solution will be available.
     
  8. GonzaloE1

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    Same issue!
     
  9. Maria@Parallels

    Maria@Parallels Parallels Team

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    Hello, please share with us your Parallels Desktop and macOS version.

    Did you try to run the following command in Terminal while Parallels Desktop was not started:
    sudo rm /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/NetworkInterfaces.plist && sudo killall -9 configd
     
  10. EgieD

    EgieD Bit Poster

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    I'm having the same issue and yes I ran the command. Still can't connect...
     
  11. Dr.m17

    Dr.m17 Bit Poster

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    me too the same issue
     
  12. jazzamac

    jazzamac Bit Poster

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    I ran the command and deleted my VM and created a new one. The VM had network access but my MacBookPro didn't (I couldn't get to any websites or network shares). As soon as I shut down the VM my MacBookPro was back to normal. I tried setting the VM to both shared and bridged network mode and it made no difference.

    Uploaded the support logs: 350484011
     
  13. DonaldA3

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    • macOS 11.0 Beta (20A5374i) [Big Sur]
    • Parallels 16.0.1 (48919)
    • Windows 10 Pro ISO
    Ran the following command:
    sudo rm /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/NetworkInterfaces.plist && sudo killall -9 configd

    Still getting the network error.
     
  14. Blondey

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    I have the same problem! :(
    - macOS Big Sur Beta 11.0 (20A5374i)
    - Parallel Desktop 16.0.1​
     
  15. Blondey

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    I also ran this command, but the error remained:
    sudo rm /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/NetworkInterfaces.plist && sudo killall -9 configd

    [​IMG]
     
  16. PaulM50

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    Actually I missed a step in this. What I had to do was go into parallels preferences and restore defaults int he networking part. It seemed to keep creating new vnet adapters each time i fired up a vm. putting it back to defaults, then running that command, i notice it used the 2 default adapters, shared and host only, and then it works
     
  17. Sathiya@Parallels

    Sathiya@Parallels Staff Member

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    Nice to know that you were able to sort out the issue. Please get back to us for any further queries.
     
  18. ZeroCoolSpain

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    Hi!!
    I have found the solution. I know that if you open parallells in root session it works but I want to open parallells with my user session.

    The solution?

    sudo -b / Applications / Parallels \ Desktop.app/Contents/MacOS/prl_client_app

    Try it and tell me.
     
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  19. ZeroCoolSpain

    ZeroCoolSpain Bit Poster

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    May be you need re-create VM
     
  20. PeterH44

    PeterH44 Bit Poster

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    sudo -b?
    for what command?
     

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