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NOTE Tasks for shutdown or restart of the virtual machine are set to default values after the import.

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Many people simply overlook the NTP configuration because they consider it as not so important. If your host is not configured with a correct time source then you might have problems with the time sync within your VMs as those picking time sync from your host. Perhaps they simply don’t want to use a Windows machine with v Sphere client installed or they don’t want to bother to set up a Windows VM through VMware Workstation/Player or Fusion. Connect to your ESXi host via v Sphere host client (if it’s individual host.

Post comments and questions at the bottom of this article, or on the Azure Recovery Services Forum.

Here's what you need to do: You need a VMware VM running Windows Server 2012 R2 or later.

I have not found a command to force synchronization (if you know of one please let me know).

But a way to do this is to restart the NTP-daemon, once it is loaded it will start with an initial poll and then remains running.

To restart the daemon from the ESXi command line run this command: as in the image below.

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