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For additional information about time synchronization and in what scenarios you should disable the service, see Time Synchronization.

The data exchange service, also known as key-value pairs (KVP), allows for the sharing of information between the host and virtual machine.

General information about the virtual machine and host is automatically generated and stored in the registry for virtual machines running Windows and in files for virtual machines running Linux.

Additionally there is a registry key and file where information can be created manually that can be shared between the host and the virtual machine.

For additional information about data exchange, see Data Exchange The heartbeat service monitors the state of running virtual machines by reporting a heartbeat at regular intervals.