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SCW - Failed to create windows file system

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Applies to

  • SnapCenter Plugin for Windows (SCW)
  • Shared disks

Issue

SnapCenter shared disk create operations fail when attempting to initialize the disk on the non-cluster owner node with the following error:
 
SCW_XXXX.log (on cluster owner host)
 
2022-12-19T11:19:35.4492007-05:00 Verbose SDW PID=[15220] TID=[16356] ++CmdletDiskManagementStrategy::InitializeDisk
2022-12-19T11:19:35.4502017-05:00 Verbose SDW PID=[15220] TID=[16356] ++CmdletDiskManagementStrategy::CreateRunspace
2022-12-19T11:19:35.4502017-05:00 Verbose SDW PID=[15220] TID=[16356] Creating remote runspace
2022-12-19T11:19:35.5725582-05:00 Verbose SDW PID=[15220] TID=[16356] --CmdletDiskManagementStrategy::CreateRunspace
2022-12-19T11:19:35.6045810-05:00 Error SDW PID=[15220] TID=[16356] Failed to initialize the disk: error = Connecting to remote server <SERVER_NAME> failed with the following error message : WinRM cannot process the request. The following error occurred while using Kerberos authentication: The computer <SERVER_NAME> is unknown to Kerberos. Verify that the computer exists on the network, that the name provided is spelled correctly, and that the Kerberos configuration for accessing the computer is correct. The most common Kerberos configuration issue is that an SPN with the format HTTP/<SERVER_NAME> is not configured for the target. If Kerberos is not required, specify the Negotiate authentication mechanism and resubmit the operation. For more information, see the about_Remote_Troubleshooting Help topic.
2022-12-19T11:19:35.6055820-05:00 Verbose SDW PID=[15220] TID=[16356] --CmdletDiskManagementStrategy::InitializeDisk

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