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VMware View 4 - How to update time on a virtual computer ?

Posted on 2012-03-29
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Hi,

I have a user in India who ois using out Canadian VDI infrastructure, her virtual computer keeps passsing through India local time but I need her system to have Canada local time? Can someone help? is this a setting in VMware tools or View Admin ?

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Check under Options -> VMware Tools -> uncheck Synchronize guest time with host
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What time zone is the host in?
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The Host  is in Canada, the user is in India. We want the user in India to have Canadian time but when she connects using her View Client the time is India local time. I have tried that options in Virtual Center but it does not work.
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Sorry Eastern Time Zone
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