Hello, I couldn't find an answer to this question but hopefully someone knows... I'm trying to see if it is possible to allow my MacBook to sleep and when I want to access it remotely using Parallels Access on my iPad it'll wake up. I know I have the option set in System Preferences -> Energy Saver -> Wake for Wi-Fi network access. However, it does not seem to work as I would expect, least not with Parallels Access. Is this known? What would the best approach be? I'm asking because I'm going to be on trip soon and I'd like to leave my MacBook at home while I bring only my iPad. I know I'll need to access some of the data on my MacBook and figured this was a prime opportunity to really use Parallels Access. The thing is I would feel better knowing my MacBook is sleeping until I need it. I guess I could disable the screen and let it just sit there plugged in with power but hoping there is a chance I let it sleep until needed.