How to Access SAS and MINITAB from Windows 95
- Acess SAS or Minitab r11 in Software library
through Windows 95 machines, provided you have key access on
your machine and proper divers mapped.
This is what you'll find in the 5 machines at Smith lab.
All you have to do is the following:
- If there
is no Software-Lib option at this stage, double click on the following
in the order
- Network neighborhood
- Entire Network
- When you see Software-Lib,
double click on
- Vol 1
- Windows 95 shortcuts
- SAS or Minitab
- The following describes the additional steps that you have
to follow if you do not have the key access set up or the drivers mapped.
- Set up the Key Access
1. Open your old key access file, and select top left button, and
select EXIT. If you didn't have the old key access, skip to
2. Double click on the Network Neighborhood icon, scroll down
till you find software library.
3. Double click on Software library - it will open up a window
for you . Double click on Vol 1, then on Library, then
on Windows 95 Shortcuts, then you'll find a Key Access
setup icon in the bottom of this screen somewhere. (You may want
to read the Readme file next to it before continue to the next
4. Now you can double click on Key Access setup file and it
should open up a file with various options to choose from. Remember to
choose User(Key Access), Use Winsock TCP/IP, Use Windows Login if
you are going to be using one of the networked computers in school
shared by other people in your department. Once you are done with
choosing the options, hit Install. This should install the Key
Access in your startup folder so that you don't have to install key
access every time you want to use software library.
- Map your hard drive to the software library after obtaining the key access
1. Double click on Network neighborhood, then double click on
Entire Network. Scroll down to Software -Lib and
keeping it highlighted, click on the top left corner on File
menu to choose Attach as
2. On user of guest, just hit carriage return without entering
3. Now, double click on software-lib. Right click on the folder
vol 1 with the right button on the mouse. A menu comes up in
which you have to choose Map Network Drive. Map vol 1 as
S: and hit OK.
4. A library folder should come up, open it by double clicking
on it. Now, in the window that has come up, find Win 95
Shortcuts and double click on it.
5. You can now create shortcuts to any application you want, like
Word Processors, or Math&Stat etc. by right clicking and
dragging the icon to your desktop. Optionally, you may double click
on Math&Stat and make a shortcut to the SAS package if that is all
you want. You are now all set to use the software available in the
software library without having to load these software in your hard