Clustered Data ONTAP (also known as ONTAP) uses self-signed certificates by default for management of the environment. These certificates have a typical expiration date of 1 year (365 days). This KB describes the process to recreate the certificates:
That set of results are achieved from an "Invoke-NcSsh" cmdlet. Starting in the most recent versions of the NetApp PowerShell Toolkit, Putty version 0.70 is required to run SSH commands. It isn't exactly clear in the installer, but talks about it in the FAQ. Can you install that verison of Putty and ensure it is in your path and then attempt the script again?
Thank you for the reply. Putty 0.70 is installed on my system and I am still encountering the same error. You mentioned that I should ensure that Putty is installed in my path. Is there a specific location that I am supposed to install putty?
Two thinigs. First to make sure putty is working correctly you can see your PATH statement with the "set" command from the command prompt. You can also execute "putty.exe" from any directory you are CD'ed into and it should launch.
The other thing is look at EHooper's post about issues with copying the script out from a download. We can only attach txt files so the way you download or copy might have formatting issues when saved as a .ps1.
Your note about the command line, are you using version 1.3 of the script? That is what should be attached here and that line is different in this version (including the difference you noted with the node parameter).