Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2005 20:23:29 -0800
Reply-To: Bill McKirgan <bill-mckirgan@UIOWA.EDU>
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From: Bill McKirgan <bill-mckirgan@UIOWA.EDU>
Subject: Re: SAS version updates?
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Yes, you can install more than one version of SAS on a system. I
believe they can run simultaneously; however, each installation needs
to be licensed separately.
Additionally, a person who has SAS installed on their computer at work
and at home needs to have a license for each installation.
m n wrote:
> As a follow-up to my first question (whether upgrades
> to SAS are free, and several people have informed me
> that they are), is it possible to have two versions of
> SAS installed and operate simultaneously on a system?
> I ask *this* question, because our local v8.0 client
> exists to support a company data-analysis application.
> The support desk for the application informed me that
> the application hadn't been tested on the client side
> for any version but v8.0, and so couldn't guarantee
> that it would work after the upgrade. However, my
> group does our own thing with SAS as well, and for
> that, I'd like to use v8.2 (at least).
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