What version of edge and what version/edition of ESX?
I've seen problems deploying to 5.5 and newer updates of 5.1, but not the same errors you are seeing. Those look more like the API calls are failing. Could be a permissions issue with the account you are using, or maybe its managed by a vcenter you aren't connecting to, or maybe you are trying to run it against a free edition of ESX.
Rather than grabbing a screenshot, you can ssh to the dvadmin instance. username/pw both netapp. Then you can capture the text of the entire session. Whatever the problem is, its already scrolled offscfreen.
the version of my esxi is 5.5 U2 and my ontap edge is version 822.121.
In fact, with ssh it's better 🙂
Below complete logs
Marked VM disks independent-persistent Content-Length header value was wrong, fixed at /usr/share/perl5/LWP/Protocol/http.pm line 190.  VmDiskDestroyErr: Failed to delete NIC: SOAP Fault: ----------- Fault string: Error returned by expat parser: not well-formed (invalid token)
while parsing serialized value of type string at line 7, column 108
while parsing property "label" of static type string
while parsing serialized DataObject of type vim.Description at line 7, column 96
while parsing property "deviceInfo" of static type Description
while parsing serialized DataObject of type vim.vm.device.VirtualE1000 at line 7, column 49
while parsing property "device" of static type VirtualDevice
while parsing serialized DataObject of type vim.vm.device.VirtualDeviceSpec at line 7, column 6
while parsing property "deviceChange" of static type ArrayOfVirtualDeviceConfigSpec
while parsing serialized DataObject of type vim.vm.ConfigSpec at line 7, column 0
while parsing call information for method ReconfigVM_Task at line 6, column 0
while parsing SOAP body at line 5, column 3
while parsing SOAP envelope at line 2, column 3
while parsing HTTP request for method reconfigure on object of type vim.VirtualMachine at line 1, column 0 Fault detail: InvalidRequestFault
Ok. What edition of ESX is this on? Enterprise? And is it managed by vCenter? If so, what version.
It looks like something goes wrong right around the time it starts adjusting setting on the vm. Then it can't clean up after itself. I suspect version/API incompatibilities, though permissions are still a candidate.
I've seen cases wheere an API call to change vm resources fails if the host is managed by vcenter, but the call is not placed through vcenter.
I've also seen Edge deploy correctly but fail to boot on newer builds of esx.
On the IMT, 5.5 is listed as supported but the updates are not listed. So this could be an version compatability issue, or something peculiar about the values you are giving vm setup are exposing an issue in the script.