Could it be that you do not have the right to create a file in the root of the drive?
Can you try with a folder on the drive?
I have take another account, and unsucribe AdmLAS
I will try today with my account if i have the writh to create a VM, but i think yes my account have the writh of Domain Admin and Admin on vCloud / vSphere.
I come back
What I meant was, can you create a file in the root of that drive (D:\).
As an alternative you could try with a folder (D:\OVA)
Yes i had create a file and repository before.
Now i create a VM with the command :
New-VM TestAccess -RessourcePool ***** -Name *****
So i have some writh.
I had this same problem and had to go through extraordinary pain to move the source files. Is a fix coming soon?
I've seen this too, but I think its more of a powershell vs powercli issue. I have full admin rights on my machine, I have full access to the C:\ root, and I see this message. I just create a sub folder with full access at it seems to work.