Getting the following error message when testing the Spectrum install on windows platform:
C:\Users\spectrum\Desktop\Spectrum_10.04.00.00.95_Windows\sdic>sdicnt.exe -h ..\hostargs.txt -p ..\password.txt -test
CA Spectrum Distributed Install Client
Subject to SPECTRUM license agreements enclosed with this software.
This notice shall be marked on any reproduction of this computer software,
in whole or in part.
spectro-1.xxxx: Creating installation log: LOGS_20200204/spectro-1.ads.qub.ac.uk.16.38
spectro-1.xxxx: Starting Test
spectro-1.xxxx: Skipping Visual C++ 2013 Runtime Environment due to already installed!
spectro-1.xxxx: Skipping Visual C++ 2013 x64 Runtime Environment due to already installed!
spectro-1.xxxx: Checking registry privileges
spectro-1.xxxx: Skipping Visual C++ 2013 x32 Runtime Environment on spectro-1.ads.qub.ac.uk due to already installed!
spectro-1.xxxx: Skipping Visual C++ 2013 x64 Runtime Environment on spectro-1.ads.qub.ac.uk due to already installed!
spectro-1.xxxx: SPC-INT-20049: Insufficient privileges on spectro-1.ads.qub.ac.uk to create registry entries.
spectro-1.xxxx: You can either turn off User Access Control (UAC) on or use the spectro-1.ads.qub.ac.uk user for Administrator authentication.
spectro-1.xxxx: Test complete
All tests complete
User Account Control (UAC) component is turned 'on' on the Windows system.
Release : 10.4.x
Component : Spectrum Core / SpectroSERVER
To solve this problem need to turn off the UAC component on the Windows server where Spectrum is being installed.
Details are provided in the following section of the Spectrum documentation
User Account Control (UAC)
To install CA Spectrum as a user other than Administrator, User Account Control (UAC) must be turned off. UAC is a Windows security component that prompts you for permission when a task requires administrator privileges.
Note: Disabling UAC is required for CA Spectrum installation as a user other than Administrator only. After installation and during normal CA Spectrum operation, UAC can be enabled