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The vCenter service runs on the VCSA, you should have a login like firstname.lastname@example.org (though would recommend making a user specifically for Zerto) or something else like that to login to the vCenter service where you manage hosts/vms/etc.
I believe you need to give it administrator level credentials to the vCenter, not the root to the VCSA as it communicates with the vCenter service,
What is causing the changes? You have the option to exclude certain disks from replication by marking them as temp, that could eliminate some of the replication.
We monitor the environment to avoid contention so that the shares of the resource pool don’t need to come into play.
It does this to verify that the credentials are still valid, I suppose there are cases in which Zerto needs SSH access to the host (maybe when upgrading VRAs?).