Please use the following McAfee KB Article to setup your Timezone, Date, and Time. https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB77133
Depending on the number of guest VM's per hypervisor, and what those guest VM's are doing, performance will be different between different environments. The recommended practice is to increase the amount of RAM for the SVA to increase performance, up to 4 GB maximum.
If the desired performance cannot be achieved with the maximum SVA RAM and processors (4 GB RAM; 2 dedicated processors), then the number of guest VM’s must be reduced per hypervisor to meet the through put load.
Excellent, thanks for that. I've updated the TimeZone config on all SVA's following the procedures in the KB.
I had turned off the On-Demand scans & saw the CPU usage drop to a more reasonble level (~20-30% on average); so now that the TimeZone is configured correctly I imagine we should be fine.