Last post 09-27-2016, 8:38 AM by raist. 2 replies.
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  • scheduling
    Posted: 09-23-2016, 8:30 AM

    Simple question.  When scheduling for a vmware backup if the schedule is set to "Client Time Zone".  Will the schedule use the vcenter time zone since it is the client machine or will it use the VSA time zone?

  • Re: scheduling
    Posted: 09-27-2016, 7:17 AM

    Hi pal,

    It will use the VSA time zone. WHY? Because schedules follow the agent.


    The vcenter is not an agent. The VSA is.



  • Re: scheduling
    Posted: 09-27-2016, 8:38 AM

    Thank you.  I understood the scheduling part but couldn't find anywhere that defined the VSA or vcenter as being the mechanisim used for scheduling.

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