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@JoeP Alteryx is currently working on a fix. In the meantime, you can 1) Right click on alteryx and run as administrator 2) you/IT install the admin version of the product or 3) edit your environment variables. From the Windows start menu, you should be able to type environment and then select edit environment variables for your account. You would want to ensure there is \ at the end of both TMP and TEMP in your user variables (something like C:\Temp\).
1 and 2 above would require admin privileges/IT installation. 3 would not require admin privileges, but I'm not sure if there would be any unintended consequences with other programs that use those temp variables. I've done #3 on my computer and haven't run into any issues. @LisaL passed along #3 to me while they're working on fixing it.