VPD is the meta data which is located on every lun containing information about the lun, since the vpd data is missing, the cluster setup is failing.
Please check if the following articles help
Thanks for your swift reply.
Both your URLs seems to have to do with iSCSI.
My environment is FC. Still SCSI...
Have several virtual WFC up and running (Windows 2012) but this is the first windows 2016 Failover Cluster.
Don't understand why it should be any different though
Unless I'm missing something, the error message you're getting on the second local disk, not on third disk (the shared disk), so you can ignore that message, since the tests with the shared disk passed without problems.---
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Thank you Richardson!
I have to learn to check the reports in a better way....
I got the same error while configuring the cluster. In the test report, it was showing the disk number and disk signature. I did disk reset from the disk management to change the disk signature.
That resolved the problem. !!
Can you give us more detail on how you reset your disk signatures ("disk reset from the disk management")? I don't see that option in Windows Disk Manager