Based on your description and the hint that "administrator privileges do not exist on other machines", I focus on thinking about this from a privilege perspective. The reference is as follows:
(1) During the creation process, each computer in the administrator group should have its own account, and it is necessary to ensure that each node must be added to the current administrator group to ensure that each node has the same permissions.
(2) In the process of setting administrative permissions, we need to set the value of LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy to 1, you can open PowerShell, enter the command new-itemproperty -path HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System -Name LocalAccountTokenFilterPolicy -Value 1 is enough.
(3) May I ask, did you get any errors in the process of creating the cluster or when using the command? Can you show it to me if you can?
(4)Could you provide the commands and errors that you involved in creating the cluster?
(5) In addition, in the process of creating a cluster, the firewall will play a certain role in blocking, you can try to close the firewall, and then see if it can go on normally.
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Hope my answer can help you!