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Running Powershell Script with Orchestrator

The script works fine, but when run in Orhestrator I receive the following error:
error summary text: Only administrators can change settings for all users

This does not give me any clue.

The code gibberish below is from Orhestrator that is used for mapping values from other parts of the runbook to the script:
$vCenterHost = "xx.xx.xx.xx"
$vCenterUser = "xxx\xxxxxxxx"
$vCenterPass = "xxxxxxxx" 

$vmcluster = "\`d.T.~Ed/{3CE14789-2A92-4CFA-9D49-07125D3B5632}.{6004C665-6069-46F9-B0FC-496CBFD3B2AD}\`d.T.~Ed/"
$datastorecluster = "\`d.T.~Ed/{3CE14789-2A92-4CFA-9D49-07125D3B5632}.{8B61C2D5-95E5-45BF-9817-1618132FAFE6}\`d.T.~Ed/"
$ErrorID = 0

$vmname = "\`d.T.~Ed/{3CE14789-2A92-4CFA-9D49-07125D3B5632}.{518C9136-0F46-4B22-AA83-D716176BFA8E}\`d.T.~Ed/"
$NumCpu = \`d.T.~Ed/{3CE14789-2A92-4CFA-9D49-07125D3B5632}.{148BAB6B-AA13-409D-84F3-5CFCF5D68D2E}\`d.T.~Ed/
$MemoryGB = \`d.T.~Ed/{3CE14789-2A92-4CFA-9D49-07125D3B5632}.{E266FB8E-D17C-4ED7-8EDA-686BCB994948}\`d.T.~Ed/
$DiskStorageFormat = "\`d.T.~Ed/{3CE14789-2A92-4CFA-9D49-07125D3B5632}.{F9F636A5-3CE0-4B2E-81B9-AB0760979C15}\`d.T.~Ed/"
$osversion = "\`d.T.~Ed/{3CE14789-2A92-4CFA-9D49-07125D3B5632}.{1E4F231A-98EC-4196-815C-F69D2C1813F2}\`d.T.~Ed/"

if(-not (Get-PSSnapin VMware.VimAutomation.Core)) { 
    Add-PSSnapin VMware.VimAutomation.Core 
} 

Set-PowerCLIConfiguration -DefaultVIServerMode Single -InvalidCertificateAction Ignore -confirm:$false
Connect-VIServer -Server $vCenterHost -User $vCenterUser -Password $vCenterPass

$vmname = $vmname.toUpper()

try {
      $name = ((Get-VM $vmname).name).toUpper()
} catch {

}
if ($name -eq $vmname) { 

	# Server exists

	$ErrorID = "1"
	throw "ERROR: 1 A server already exists with the same name" 
}

$osversion = $osversion.toUpper()

switch ($osversion)  { 
              "WIN2012" {	"Windows 2012"
			$OSCustomizationSpec = "W2K12-SE-64-CUSTOMIZATION"
			$vmtemplate = "win2012_template"
		} 
	"WIN2008" {	"windows 2008"
			$OSCustomizationSpec = "W2K8-SE-64-CUSTOMIZATION"
			$vmtemplate = "W2K8-R2-SE-64-MAL"
		} 
        
	default { 
			$ErrorID = "2"
	                                throw "ERROR: 2 Unknown OS version" 
                            }

    }

$vmcluster = $vmcluster.toUpper()

switch ($vmcluster) { 
       	"HOSTECluster_xx" {	
			"annet cluster"
				  
			} 
        
	default { 
			"VMCluster was set to default"
			$vmcluster = "CLUSTER 1"
		}
    }

$datastorecluster = $datastorecluster.toUpper()

switch ($datastorecluster) { 
       	"DatastoreCluster_xx" {	
			"Another datastore"
				  
			} 
        
	default { 
			"Datastore Cluster was set to default"
			$datastorecluster = "DatastoreCluster_01"
		}
    }

Get-Cluster $vmcluster | New-VM -Name $vmname -OSCustomizationSpec $OSCustomizationSpec -DiskStorageFormat $DiskStorageFormat -Template $vmtemplate -Datastore $datastorecluster
Get-VM $vmname | Set-VM -NumCpu $NumCpu -MemoryGB $MemoryGB -confirm:$false
Get-VM $vmname | Start-VM

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itniflAuthor Commented:
I turned off UAC
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