The guest session time zone matches that of the client machine if the two are the same operating system type. If the client is a Linux machine, and the guest session is a Windows desktop, or vice versa, a zone name conversion is required.
Microsoft (Windows) clients and guests use Microsoft time zone names, which can be found here.
Linux clients and guests use a more standard set of names. You can review them here.
VERDE provides a default set of name mappings in
/usr/lib/verde/etc/timezones.txt, but these might not cover all that are needed in an environment. To customize the zone name mapping, create a
timezones.txt file in the
.verde directory in the home directory of the VERDE system account (
vb-verde). Each line in the file should contain:
<windows name>|<standard name> which translates to: Taipei Standard Time|Asia/Taipei
Mappings provided by this file take precedence over VERDE mappings.