2Do one of the following: •Click the Parallels icon in the menu bar and choose Configure.•If the Parallels Desktop menu bar is visible at the top of the screen, choose Actions> Configure. 3Click Options and select Sharing> Share Windows. 4Select Access Windows folders from Macand Share OneDrive with Mac. 5In the macOS Finder, choose Finder> Preferencesand select Connected servers.
55 Use Windows on Your Mac 6Open the Finder and click your virtual machine in the Sharedsection. The virtual machine must be running. Note:In macOS 10.14 Mojave (when it is officially released), you can find your virtual machine in the Networksection. 7Double-click the OneDrive disk. The disk gets mounted and shown on the desktop. 8Drag the OneDrive disk from the desktop to the Favoritessection in the Finder. Now OneDrive from Windows is always available in the Finder. You can use it to download or upload files to OneDrive from macOS. Note:To use OneDrive, Windows must be running. Share Applications You can access macOS applications from within Windows and you can access Windows applications from macOS. For example, if you locate a file using the Open menu in a Windows application and decide you would rather open the file using a macOS application, you can.
56 Use Windows on Your Mac Note:Provided that Parallels Tools are installed in Linux (p. 132), you can also open macOS files using Linux applications. Enable Sharing macOS Applications When sharing macOS applications is enabled, you can open macOS Applications from within Windows or Windows applications. If not, you can enable it at any time by doing the following: 1Do one of the following: •Click the Parallels icon in the menu bar and choose Configure. •If the Parallels Desktop menu bar is visible at the top of the screen, choose Actions> Configure. 2Click Optionsand click Applications.3Select Share Mac applications with Windows. Once sharing macOS applications is enabled, you can do the tasks below. Open a File from Windows in a macOS Application You can open a file in a macOS application from Windows Explorer, from the Open dialog in most Windows applications, or from Windows Desktop if Windows is set to appear in a separate Window (p. 43) or at full screen (p. 44). You may want to do this if you don't have a Windows application that can open the file. •In Windows, right-click (or Control-click) a file and do one of the following: •Choose Open on Macfrom the shortcut menu. The file opens in the default macOS application for that file type. •Choose Open Withfrom the shortcut menu, and then choose an application. Note:You can only perform these actions with files stored in shared folders (p. 49). Open a Mac Application from the Windows Start Menu From the Windows Start menu, do one of the following: •Choose All Applications> Parallels Shared Applications, and then choose an application.