After you create the cluster, run the Enable-ClusterS2D cmdlet to configure Storage Spaces Direct on the cluster. Do not run the cmdlet in a remote session; instead, use the local console session.
Enable-ClusterStorageSpacesDirect -PoolFriendlyName 'HCIPOOL' -Verbose
The Enable-ClusterS2D cmdlet generates an HTML report of all configurations and includes a validation summary. Review this report, which is typically stored in the local temporary folder on the node where the cmdlet was run. The verbose output of the command shows the path to the cluster report. At the end of the operation, the cmdlet discovers and claims all the available disks into an auto-created storage pool. Verify the cluster creation by running any of the following commands:
Get-StorageSubSystem -FriendlyName *Cluster* | Get-StorageHealthReport