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SAS 9.2 Download Instructions

WINDOWS

SAS 9.2 Software Depot -- Single File Instructions

The single file cannot be delivered by the usual method of using a web browser. To download the file, use a "real" FTP client -- either the built-in FTP client in Windows via the Command Prompt program or a program like WS_FTP. The following steps demonstrate using the built-in FTP client:

  1. Launch the Command Prompt from either the Windows Start menu – found under the All Programs -> Accessories menu
  2. At the command prompt, type in: ftp isdp.nih.gov & press Enter
  3. When prompted, type in your username -- remember to precede your username with: NIH\
  4. When prompted, type in your password
  5. At the ftp> prompt, type in: binary
  6. At the ftp> prompt, type in: lcd ~/Desktop (or the drive/share you wish to save the file to – i.e. N:\Software\SAS)
  7. At the ftp> prompt, type in: cd /files/test/SBO_1/sas/9_2
  8. At the ftp> prompt, type in: get SAS_Software_Depot_92_win.zip
  9. After the file is downloaded -- this will take some time -- type in: bye
  10. Type in: exit
  11. The SAS_Software_Depot_92_win.zip file can now be used

NOTE: Parallels customers who use Vista will need to ensure that the virtual machine is configured to use “Host-only Networking” as the built-in FTP client will not function properly.


SAS 9.2 Multiple Files Instructions

These files contains a list of identifiers (called volsers) and names for each piece of media you will create. The volser is the name for each directory in the directory structure, while the name is how the piece of media would be labelled if it were created by SAS. SAS recommends that you print both the volser and the name on each respective piece of media that you create.

Using your media burning software, burn the contents of each subdirectory onto the correspondingly labeled media. Do not burn the subdirectory itself on to the media, but open it and burn its contents onto the media. Use of the media you make relies on some of the files being at the top of the media. Burning the subdirectory inserts an extra directory level on the media that will hamper its use.

317274_cd01: SAS Software Disk 1
317274_cd02: SAS Software Disk 2
317274_cd03: SAS Software Disk 3
317274_cd04: SAS Software Disk 4
317274_cd05: SAS Software Disk 5
317274_cd06: SAS Software Disk 6
317274_cd07: SAS Software Disk 7
317274_cd08: SAS Software Disk 8


WINDOWS SERVER

SAS 9.2 Software Depot -- Single File Instructions

The single file cannot be delivered by the usual method of using a web browser. To download the file, use a "real" FTP client -- either the built-in FTP client in Windows via the Command Prompt program or a program like WS_FTP. The following steps demonstrate using the built-in FTP client:

  1. Launch the Command Prompt from either the Windows Start menu – found under the All Programs -> Accessories menu
  2. At the command prompt, type in: ftp isdp.nih.gov & press Enter
  3. When prompted, type in your username -- remember to precede your username with: NIH\
  4. When prompted, type in your password
  5. At the ftp> prompt, type in: binary
  6. At the ftp> prompt, type in: lcd ~/Desktop (or the drive/share you wish to save the file to – i.e. N:\Software\SAS)
  7. At the ftp> prompt, type in: cd /files/test/SBO_1/sas/
  8. At the ftp> prompt, type in: get 355186_ds01.zip
  9. After the file is downloaded -- this will take some time -- type in: bye
  10. Type in: exit
  11. The 355186_ds01.zip file can now be used

NOTE: Parallels customers who use Vista will need to ensure that the virtual machine is configured to use “Host-only Networking” as the built-in FTP client will not function properly.

SAS 9.2 Server Multiple Files Instructions

This file contains a list of identifiers (called volsers) and names for each piece of media you have created. The volser is the name for each directory in the directory structure, while the name is how the piece of media would be labelled if it were created by SAS. SAS recommends that you print both the volser and the name on each respective piece of media that you create.

Using your media burning software, burn the contents of each subdirectory onto the correspondingly labeled media. Do not burn the subdirectory itself on to the media, but open it and burn its contents onto the media. Use of the media you make relies on some of the files being at the top of the media. Burning the subdirectory inserts an extra directory level on the media that will hamper its use.

318400_cd01: SAS Software Disk 1
318400_cd02: SAS Software Disk 2
318400_cd03: SAS Software Disk 3
318400_cd04: SAS Software Disk 4
318400_cd05: SAS Software Disk 5
318400_cd06: SAS Software Disk 6
318400_cd07: SAS Software Disk 7
318400_cd08: SAS Software Disk 8


SAS 9.2 Server x64 Multiple Files Instructions

This file contains a list of identifiers (called volsers) and names for each piece of media you have created. The volser is the name for each directory in the directory structure, while the name is how the piece of media would be labelled if it were created by SAS. SAS recommends that you print both the volser and the name on each respective piece of media that you create.

Using your media burning software, burn the contents of each subdirectory onto the correspondingly labeled media. Do not burn the subdirectory itself on to the media, but open it and burn its contents onto the media. Use of the media you make relies on some of the files being at the top of the media. Burning the subdirectory inserts an extra directory level on the media that will hamper its use.

355186_ds01: SAS Software Disk 1
355186_ds02: SAS Software Disk 2


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This page last reviewed: November 09, 2011