How to NTP Change in VMware Appliance Management Interface?

In this article, I will show you how to make NTP changes through the VMware Appliance Management Interface. We can do this in two ways; CLI and Appliance Management interface.

Vcenteraddress.domain.local: We log in by going to 5480;

VMware_VCenter
VMware_VCenter

In the menu that opens, we click on the Time tab on the left side;

VMwareApplication
VMwareApplication

When we click EDIT to the right of the Time Zone, he wants us to specify a Zone locally. After making the choice here, we say Save;

Edit_Time_Zone
Edit_Time_Zone

When we say Time Synchronization Settings EDIT, we get a window. If there is a clock mismatch for any reason even though we have determined it regionally, it means there is a synchronization problem. When we select NTP from the modular, we request NTP Server addresses from us and separate each address with a comma after typing. If there is no synchronization problem, we select Disabled. If the Host to which vCenter is connected has an existing NTP configuration, we select and save the Host mode. It will update automatically afterward.

Edit_Time_Synchronization_Settings
Edit_Time_Synchronization_Settings

We have seen how the NTP setting is done with Appliance Management.

I hope it was a useful article.