When using Parallels on your Mac, its best to move image, video, and audio files to the local path of the guest OS (Windows) to make sure ProShow works at its best.
A virtual machine is a great solution for those that need access to Windows or Windows programs on the Mac. When setting up a virtual machine its extremely important to configure the necessary resources so your Windows OS and programs will run at their very best on your Mac.
When using Parallels Desktop for Mac to run ProShow Gold or ProShow Producer inside a Windows virtual machine, the ProShow Remote app can fail to find any copies of ProShow running on the local network. The following message is typically seen on the ProShow Remote app: