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Whenever I fail-over a vm, it boots with a time 10 hours into the future. It just so happens Hawai`i is UTC -10. The hosts receiving the vm’s are Dell 930’s. In the DRAC i set the timezone to Pacific/Honolulu. I also made sure the time in the BIOS was set properly. This worked on one host as I can Zert a vm to it and the boot time is accurate – the other two hosts I am at a loss. Any help is appreciated.
We’ve seen it a few times. Generally for us an additional reboot resolves it when it comes up. There is a kb from zerto on this.
Here’s what I found that makes the time correction simple:
If you run from an elevated command prompt NET TIME /domain:mydomainname /SET /Y the system time gets set to your domain time. It even reports back which DC was used to set time from. I haven’t tried to put this as part of a script for moves (we don’t do a lot of moves) but it does take care of the time feature introduced when moving between VMWare sites.
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