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is really easy to configure on v Sphere, but is not always considered as important by people who are not synchronizing the time of their guests using VMware Tools.In fact, VMware even recommends to configure time synchronization within guests using .Even if this synchronization is disabled, by default VMware Tools synchronizes the virtual machine’s time after a few specific events that are likely to leave the time incorrect.This one-time synchronization is done by VMware Tools for specific events such as: These events synchronize time in the guest operating system with time in the host operating system even if VMware Tools periodic time sync is disabled, so it is important to make sure that the host operating system’s time is correct.



Enhanced Clustering Support for Microsoft Windows – Microsoft Cluster Server (MSCS) for Windows 20 and Windows Server 2008 Failover Clustering is now supported on an VMware High Availability (HA) and Dynamic Resource Scheduler (DRS) cluster in a limited configuration.HA and DRS functionality can be effectively disabled for individual MSCS virtual machines as opposed to disabling HA and DRS on the entire ESX/ESXi host.Refer to the guide for additional configuration guidelines.Enhanced VMware Paravirtualized SCSI Support – Support for boot disk devices attached to a Paravirtualized SCSI ( PVSCSI) adapter has been added for Windows 20 guest operating systems.