The "Getting Started" documentation that comes with Parallels Server states that it supports Mac OS guest operating systems, but that "Mac OS guest operating systems can be installed in virtual machines created on Mac OS host computers only." Sweet, just what I need. So I've installed Parallels Server Beta on an iMac and can successfully connect to it using the Management Console. But the issue I'm having is with Parallels Server Transporter. I have a second iMac that was previously configured with applications and preferences that I would like to try and test within Parallels Server, but Transporter will not recognize that second iMac, either over the network or over firewire. The source iMac is running 10.4.9 Tiger. (I've also tried running Transporter from my MacBook Pro, which is running 10.5.2 Leopard with the same results.) The documentation talks about an "agent" that needs to be running on the source machine, but it also seems to indicate that the "agent" is only for Windows PCs. How do I get Transporter to correctly transform a real iMac HDD to a virtual HDD for use in Parallels Server? Alternately, is there a way to take a .dmg file (I have an image of the iMac install) and convert that to a bootable virtual HDD for use in Parallels Server? If I have to create a new virtual machine and HDD in Parallels Server and reinstall and reconfigure the OS and all applications all over again from scratch... well I won't be a very happy person.