Fusion supports 10.7 and up. I hated using 10.9 and upgraded to 10.10 after 
using it for only a day. I still have one machine running 10.6.8 that I used 
for an old 2004 installation.


> On Sep 21, 2016, at 5:23 PM, Tim Nevels <timnev...@mac.com> wrote:
> On Sep 21, 2016, at 6:06 PM, Douglas von Roeder wrote:
>> Parallels allows us to run OS X but there was a licensing issue with one
>> version of OS X - not sure which version (10.x.x) or if it was OS X vs OS X
>> Server.
>> Did you see anything about that in your research?
> Hi Doug,
> Well I remember there was an issue with 10.6 and you would get a message from 
> Parallels and not allow it. I installed 10.6 Server, I have the DVD, so I 
> didn’t have any problem. 
> I did a quick search and found this in Parallels KB:  
> http://kb.parallels.com/en/112323  So it was a know issue with 10.6. 
> This link  http://kb.parallels.com/en/118806  talks about 10.9 specifically 
> and makes no mention of it not being allowed or not working. 
> So I think it is cool. Parallels is allowing it. If there was a problem I’m 
> sure Parallels would have put in a software block to not allow it like they 
> did with 10.6.


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