Date: Mon, 3 Apr 2000 22:56:54 GMT
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Subject: Re: SAS on NT server? Who can give a summary ??
When PC-SAS is installed on a server you are charged for each
person who uses that copy of SAS. When PC-SAS is installed on
stand-alone PCs you are charged for each copy installed. At least,
that's how it works on our site-license.
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
email@example.com (Xlr82sas) wrote:
> This should work ( have not implemented becuase we use
> MS Terminal Server )
> 1. Buy a two processor Win NT Workstation. ( Power Box ).
> 2. Buy SAS for NT Workstation/same price as PC-SAS
> ( Not Server SAS).
> 3. Get a good editor and install it on
> on your desktop. ( THE comes to mind -
> it is free ). THE allows a program
> log and list window.
> 4. Submit batch jobs to the NT power box and retrieve
> log and list.
> 5. This way your programs run on a power box freeing up
> your desktop. You can run SAS from your Laptop,
> Office desktop or Home desktop at the same time.
> Looks like a single user to me.
> Not sure if this violates the 'SAS single user license'.
> Roger J DeAngelis
> CompuCraft Inc
> XLR82SAS@aol.com ( Accelerate to SAS )
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