Silent installation failed when running from System Account

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Silent installations
Software deployment
Windows 7
windows installer
I am trying to install an application silently through SCCM but it does not work for Win 7. I am getting the below error. Error 1312. Cannot create the directory 'C:WindowsTEMPmiaB7D1.tmpAginityNetezzaWorkbenchSetupx86.exe'. A file with this name already exists. Please rename or remove the file and click retry, or click Cancel to exit. The file is being created by the application itself. If I run the silent installation with an Admin account it works perfectly. I tried with psexec.exe and scheduling a task but nothing works, seems the issue is when the app is installed with system account. Has anyone ever had an issue like this and was able to solve it?

Software/Hardware used:
MIcrosoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM)

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