Welcome to
Parallels Desktop Business Edition.

Follow the steps below to complete your registration and set up Parallels Desktop in your organization.

Step 1:
Register Your License Under Your Business Account

Your license must be registered to a Parallels Business Account before it may be used to activate Parallels Desktop. Registration is critical to:

  • Protect the ownership of your license.
  • Unlock features that make IT admins’ life easier.
  • Access Premium Support and get visibility into your open tickets.
Register license

Step 2:
Download Installation Image

Once you have registered your license, you may download the installation image.

Download Installation Image

Step 3:
Install Parallels Desktop Business Edition

Manual installation

  • Use the installation image and activate with your license key.
  • Follow the Parallels Assistant to install Windows or install another OS of your choice.

Mass Deployment

You have several options for setting up users with Parallels Desktop:

  • Send users the license key and download link.
    Create a sublicense key in My Account to conceal your main license key or limit usage per geo or per department. Learn more about this in Parallels Desktop Business Edition Licensing Guide.
  • Use the Business Account feature “Invite users via email” to send unique activation and installation links to select employees.
  • Use the Business Account feature “Corporate Windows image” to provide users with the Windows image and applications that you have prepared.
  • Fine-tune your options with Mac management tools, including JAMF PRO, Intune, Kandji, Addigy, Munki, Apple Remote Desktop, IBM Endpoint Manager, or Mosyle. See the Parallels Desktop Business Edition Administrator’s Guide for detailed instructions and information about mass deployment.

Activation using corporate account (SSO)

This option is only available if you purchased a special license type, please check your license certificate for details.

Parallels Desktop for Mac

Additional Resources

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