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Provisioning a new, shared Disk (LUN) fails on Windows Failover Cluster

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Applies to

  • SnapCenter Server 4.x
  • SnapCenter plug-in for Windows (SCW) 4.x

Issue

When attempting to remotely provision a disk, it fails with the following error in the Windows Plug-in Job log (SCW_<JOB>.log) on either of the nodes, when attempting to read the results from:
query: SELECT * FROM MSCluster_NodeToActiveGroup WHERE
(PartComponent = 'MSCluster_ResourceGroup.Name="Verfügbarer Speicher"' OR PartComponent =  'MSCluster_ResourceGroup.Name="Available Storage"')
 
Exception of type 'System.ArgumentException' was thrown.
Parameter name: index
Source     : System.Management
StackTrace :    at System.Management.ManagementObjectCollection.CopyTo(Array array, Int32 index)

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