In Apple support call center, there are two big categories for authorization points for Parallels customers: Individual and business customers. The first category is directly related to Parallels Desktop and Parallels Workstation Extreme owners. This category has two aspects:
Authorization per Ticket ID: When it comes to getting attached to the Parallels 11 Support Center, a business customer needs to have a ticket with Parallels Support the authorization request concerning the existing ticket ID. Authorization per ticket ID is applicable if the ticket has no "Closed" status and the users own an active phone support alternative with incidents.
Authorization per support code: This condition applies when no ticket is opened with or the existing one has been "Closed". It is used for making a new authorization request and generating an automatic new ticket in the Parallels Support ticketing system. Remember: the Support Code needs to verify these authorization steps: A 10-digit number and an active phone support option with incidents.
Authorization per Product License Key number: This option matters the most for availing Apple Help and Support for Parallels when you have to generate a new authorization request with reference to the product license key number. It will then generate a new ticket mechanically in the Parallels Support ticketing system. But this Key Number needs to match the conditions for the purpose of authorization: A valid 8-digit number different Parallels products; and an active phone support option for the License Key with incidents.
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