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There is no additional license needed for the standard predictive tools.
Can you double check and make sure it is the exact same version of Designer and the predictive installer? The version needs to match, as well as the type (admin vs. non-admin). This should be the installer you need.
strange - I recommend to deinstall it and then reinstall it. During the installation process you can select to install the predictive tools directly. Then you do not need to download and install it separately:
If it still does not work - drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
I found that in my installation, the predictive tools wouldn't install the R.exe file because the temp file directory included my personal user folder, which had a space. R does not like spaces in it's directories, so the best thing is to change your environmental variables in windows to point temporary files to a directory without any spaces.
You can do this (in windows 10/11) by going to search, search for "environmental" and clicking on "Edit Environmental variables for your account".
Next click on "Environmental Variables"
Now look at your User Variables in the top box for where "TEMP", "TMP", and "TEMPDIR" are pointing. Mine included my personal user file with a space originally.
Now, highlight one of the three (you'll do this this for all three), and click Edit, and drill down to the temp folder that you would like to point all temp information to. You may need to create a folder, as I did for the C:\TEMPDIR, or you can point to anything else you would like. I did the windows temp folder for the other two (not sure if that coudl cause other problems down the road, but I can always change).
Once you do that, you will give R.exe a place to use that does not have a space and it should install just fine.
Thanks BenSegars! In my case, I had changed the default temp folder to an external SSD, which caused Predictive Tools and anything that relied on R to stop working. Thanks to your post, I got the idea to revert to the defaults, and Predictive Tools work again now. Even Alteryx tech support could not help me after 1 week of back and forth emails!