Someone please tell me how this is supposed to work. I have a client who had a Windows 10.pvm and a Windows XP.pvm on his MacBook. He also had Windows 10.pvm and Windows XP.pvm on his iMac. Before he decided to use iCloud Desktop and Documents on both computers it worked really well. Am I the only one who has had a problem with this? The Windows 10.pvm on the MacBook was different from the one on the iMac, it had different applications, different documents, etc. Now it's the same as the one on the iMac and depending on which computer used the .pvm last, it will reinstall Parallels tools every time it launches or has licensing problems. Again, is it me or is the fact that Windows notices that it's a different processor and a different machine. Last time I checked, you can't just take a hard drive from a Dell and put it in an HP and expect it to work. BTW, I posted something like this a week ago and the moderators deleted it, I wonder why.