I have been using Parallels Access on an iMac (2013 model named tbrown_imac) for a while and all is well. I have a second iMac (2017 model names TrudyRetina) that also has parallels Access and both machines show up on the iPad and I can access them without problem. I now have a new Mac mini (2018 named tbrown_mini). I set it up and migrated all settings and applications from the tbrown_imac (which included parallels access). Both machines are now active on my network. However, I don't have access to all three machines from my iPad. When I first set up the Mac mini (the new machine), Parallels Access on my iPad showed only two machines--the original tbrown_imac and TrudyRetina. When I connected to tbrown_imac, it actually connected to tbrown_mini. So I changed its name to tbrown_mini on the iPad. I didn't worry about tbrown_imac. Then, when I had problems with the display on tbrown_mini, I tried to use the iPad to connect to tbrown_mini. Instead, it connected to tbrown_imac. So, now I couldn't get to tbrown_mini. I uninstalled Parallels Access on tbrown_mini and reinstalled. Although it says the machine is accessible, it still does not show up on the iPad, only tbrown_imac does. However, if I connect from the iPad to tbrown_imac, it actually connects to tbrown_mini, and now I can no longer connect to tbrown_imac. Obviously this is confusing and not particularly useful. Any suggestions?