I just bought myself a USB 802.11 device that expands my coverage. Currently I rely on this device for my internet connection as I need the range, so I use Boot Camp for the internet because it has no Mac drivers. Question... can I get Parallels to own my Airport card (this extender will depend on the USB support I guess, which I hear will be better soon, so no issues there). This way I could access the internet from within Parallels rather than boot camp. Furthermore, can MacOS share an internet connection that Windows has made, allowing MacOS to be online when I connect to the net using this device. If possible this would be really awesome! Hope to hear from you guys soon, thanks in advance! Update: I can use the USB device with Parallels, so that's my first question answered, although it is very unreliable. My guess is that as USB support improves, so will this one day. Now what I'd love is to be able to share my net connection with MacOS from Parallels, is this possible? Edit 2: In Parallels the connection is actually quite reliable now, I just had to disable shared networking (from the Mac to the PC) as it was interfering in some way. Now, I'm disappointed that there have been no responses. Can I get an official word, is there a way to share an internet connection that Windows has established with my Mac? I know it works the other way round, but I can see this was as being useful in a number of situations.