When setting up the CentOS 7 box from 
https://atlas.hashicorp.com/centos/boxes/7 with the VMware Fusion provider, 
/vagrant is always shared using the rsync method. Is there a way to 
override this using the Vagrantfile? I've tried the following:

- Setting different values for the 'type' of the synced_folder, such as 
vmware/vmware_fusion/vmware_desktop, but this generates an error on reload:
==> default: Verifying vmnet devices are healthy...
`usable?': wrong number of arguments (2 for 1) (ArgumentError)

- Setting the folder with id: "vagrant-root" to disabled, and then 
redefining it on a new line. This is ignored, and rsync is still used.

- Defining a second synced_folder with a different guest path (/vagrant2). 
This works.

Given the last point, I believe VMware Tools are set up correctly. The 
Tools were configured by installing open-vm-tools from CentOS 
repositorities and then adding the tools from the Fusion iso to get shared 
folder support.

Other version details:
- OS X 10.11.6
- VMware Fusion 8.5 (same behaviour with 8.1.1)
- Vagrant 1.8.5
- vagrant-vmware-fusion 4.0.11

Thanks for any suggestions anyone can provide.

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