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 Licensed and Metered Applications Update

By Dr. Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner, Student Computing Services Manager

Academic Computing and User Services is making the following enterprise and limited site licensed applications available for installation by distributed IT support personnel on University desktop and lab computers.

These applications are supported by a license server and/or a metering server in order to comply with the restrictions of the software license agreements. The license managers, metering servers, and locations of installation media for these applications are managed by Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner and any questions regarding technical aspects (set up etc.) of their use should be directed to her at

Any non-technical questions (usage, number of licenses, availability, updates etc.) for the adaptive applications (JAWS and MAGic) should also be directed to Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner. Non-technical questions for the other applications should be directed to Patrick McLeod at Queries about these applications for non-Windows platforms can also be sent to Patrick McLeod.

Applications Available:

  • JAWS 9.0
  • MAGic 11.0
  • Lisrel 8.8
  • SAS 9.1.3
  • Stata 10
  • StatTransfer 8
  • SPSS 15
  • Eviews 5

Applications Pending (September 2008):

  • SPlus 8
  • Eviews 6

Other Available Applications (with no metering needed):

  • Matlab R2008a
  • R




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