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Experiences with or without AVC on macbooks. (ZCRB windows on macOS)

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macbook Pro mid-2012
macOS 10.15 Catalina



Is someone using the Windows version of ZCRB on Apple hardware by running it on a virtualized machine? (Parallels Desktop or VMWare).

I suspect this is a way of enabling AVC, given that the macOS client doesn’t support it. Although somewhat complicated, does this workaround make sense?

I guess the actual performance will be tied to the specifications of the macbook and the resources allocated to the VM,  so if possible please share your MBP model...


 This user  gives the impression that the virtualised client works better than the native, on the same machine and connection (I assume WAN). AND that AVC is actually REALLY needed (otherwise .


I am interested in hearing other real life experiences. Thank you!!!



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