You will be prompted to enter your ONYEN and Password to access the website.
If you need help determining which version of SAS you are running, see How do I find out what release of SAS I’m using?
Be sure to download the file appropriate for your version of SAS.
To determine which version of SAS you have, start an interactive SAS session and examine the SAS log after SAS has finished loading.
If you need SAS or JMP Pro for administrative purposes, submit a Software Licensing and Distribution request through the Service Now portal (sign-in may be required).
will require the user to update the SAS installation data (SID) file which may be found in Software Downloads under the version installed.
Updated SID (SAS information data) files for versions 9.3 and 9.4 of the SAS System for Windows can be downloaded below.
We suggest continuing through the rest of the install by selecting SAS Licenses expire October 31st of every year and must be updated by getting a new SID file containing updated license information.
The license renewal should be available via Software Center before October 31st.
In order to run each software product, you must apply a product information code provided by SAS Institute.
The SAS System has a built-in 60-day grace period that begins the day your authorization expires.