Could you please explain more on what exactly you are trying to achieve from vrops with respective to time syn of VM, based on that I cna tell you if vrops really helps you in that .
Hi, thanks for getting back to me.
That PowerCLI script will output a list of VMs connected to the vCenter I connect to and then a column with "True" if the VM sync's its time source with its host server, or "False" if it has any other sync method (direct NTP, no sync etc). I want vROPs to give me a 2 column report (initially) with VM name and its sync method.
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I dont think with vrops you can get VM's time sync, because I have not seen a time sync metric in vrops .
VM name is possible by default .
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