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Where is SAS Enterprise Gude on WIndows 7??? How to install?

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I have a full copy of SAS 9.2 version TS Level 1MO installed on my workstation running Windows 7. I cannot find the Enterprise Guide anywhere.
I tried reinstalling and it does not show Enterprise Guide anywhere on the "Select products to install" list.
The SAS site is absolutely no help whatsover. That place keeps you going in circles. Totally worthless.
Everywhere I go it tells me it should be there but there is no documentation anywhere of how to install it or how even to simply launch it.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you.
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by:Aloysius Low
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is Enterprise Guide included in your license? it does not come by default...

would be good if you could post your license file
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OK, here's the license file:
[_SID_]
Version=9.2
Revision=9.2
Platform=Windows
Platform_long=Microsoft Windows Workstation 32-bit
Platform_short=win
Order=609263
Setnumid=70003246
SID_schema=2
ph_agreement=PROMPT
SID_header=SAS 9.2
[_Info_]
[_FileData_]
$_Filename=setinit.sss
$_Path=sas\core\sasinst\
$_Date=
$_Time=
$_Stream=-------------------- BEGIN --------------------
PROC SETINIT RELEASE='9.2';
 SITEINFO NAME='UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER-T&R'
 SITE=70003246 OSNAME='W32_WKS' RECREATE WARN=45 GRACE=45
 BIRTHDAY='02AUG2010'D  EXPIRE='31JUL2011'D PASSWORD=628956363;
 CPU MODEL=' ' MODNUM=' ' SERIAL=' ' NAME=CPU000;
 EXPIRE 'PRODNUM000' 'PRODNUM001' 'PRODNUM002' 'PRODNUM003'
        'PRODNUM004' 'PRODNUM005' 'PRODNUM006' 'PRODNUM007' 'PRODNUM008'
        'PRODNUM010' 'PRODNUM012' 'PRODNUM013' 'PRODNUM015' 'PRODNUM018'
        'PRODNUM025' 'PRODNUM028' 'PRODNUM035' 'PRODNUM070' 'PRODNUM075'
        'PRODNUM095' 'PRODNUM123' 'PRODNUM164' 'PRODNUM165' 'PRODNUM166'
        'PRODNUM167' 'PRODNUM192' 'PRODNUM194' 'PRODNUM204' 'PRODNUM208'
        'PRODNUM209' 'PRODNUM215' 'PRODNUM219' 'PRODNUM225' 'PRODNUM535'
        'PRODNUM538' 'PRODNUM550' 'PRODNUM551' 'PRODNUM555' 'PRODNUM557'
        'PRODNUM560' '31JUL2011'D / CPU=CPU000;
 SAVE; RUN;
 *PRODNUM000 = BASE Base SAS;
 *PRODNUM001 = STAT SAS/STAT;
 *PRODNUM002 = GRAPH SAS/GRAPH;
 *PRODNUM003 = ETS SAS/ETS;
 *PRODNUM004 = FSP SAS/FSP;
 *PRODNUM005 = OR SAS/OR;
 *PRODNUM006 = AF SAS/AF;
 *PRODNUM007 = IML SAS/IML;
 *PRODNUM008 = QC SAS/QC;
 *PRODNUM010 = SHARE SAS/SHARE;
 *PRODNUM012 = LAB SAS/LAB;
 *PRODNUM013 = ASSIST SAS/ASSIST;
 *PRODNUM015 = CONNECT SAS/CONNECT;
 *PRODNUM018 = INSIGHT SAS/INSIGHT;
 *PRODNUM025 = EIS SAS/EIS;
 *PRODNUM028 = GIS SAS/GIS;
 *PRODNUM035 = SHARENET SAS/SHARE*NET;
 *PRODNUM070 = MDDBCOM MDDB Server common products;
 *PRODNUM075 = INTTECHSRV SAS Integration Technologies;
 *PRODNUM095 = SECUREWIN SAS/Secure Windows;
 *PRODNUM123 = ESRIBRIDGE SAS Bridge for ESRI;
 *PRODNUM164 = OROPT SAS/OR Optimization;
 *PRODNUM165 = ORPRS SAS/OR Project and Resource Scheduling;
 *PRODNUM166 = ORIVS SAS/OR Interactive Visualization and Simulation;
 *PRODNUM167 = ORLSO SAS/OR Local Search Optimization;
 *PRODNUM192 = DB2 SAS/ACCESS DB2;
 *PRODNUM194 = ORACLE SAS/ACCESS ORACLE;
 *PRODNUM204 = SYBASE SAS/ACCESS SYBASE SQL;
 *PRODNUM208 = PCFILE SAS/ACCESS PC File Formats;
 *PRODNUM209 = ODBC SAS/ACCESS ODBC;
 *PRODNUM215 = OLEDB SAS/ACCESS TO OLE DB;
 *PRODNUM219 = TERADATABNDL SAS/ACCESS Teradata;
 *PRODNUM225 = MYSQL SAS/ACCESS Intface MYSQL;
 *PRODNUM535 = STATSTUDIO SAS/IML Studio;
 *PRODNUM538 = WKSPSRVLOCAL SAS Workspace Server for Local Access;
 *PRODNUM550 = NETEZZABNDL SAS/ACCESS Netezza;
 *PRODNUM551 = NEOVIEW SAS/ACCESS HP Neoview;
 *PRODNUM555 = ASTERBNDL SAS/ACCESS Interface to Aster nCluster;
 *PRODNUM557 = GREENPLMBNDL SAS/ACCESS Interface to Greenplum;
 *PRODNUM560 = SYBASEIQBNDL SAS/ACCESS Interface to Sybase IQ;
 *LICENSE=SAS 000000698020;
 *0002151001 9.2;
 *XYZ 425897;
$_Stream=--------------------- END ---------------------
$_Filename=compinfo.dat
$_Path=sas\core\sasinst\reserved\
$_Date=
$_Time=
$_Stream=-------------------- BEGIN --------------------
[SeparatelylicensedComponents]
Comp1=sas
Comp2=eguidedsktp
Comp3=greenplmbndl
Comp4=greenplum
Comp5=gis
Comp6=netezzabndl
Comp7=accelmva
Comp8=accelnetzfmt
Comp9=netezza
Comp10=teradatabndl
Comp11=teradata
Comp12=accelterafmt
Comp13=eguidesrvord
Comp14=asterbndl
Comp15=aster
Comp16=eduanalytic
Comp17=sybaseiq
Comp18=iml
Comp19=insight
Comp20=esri
Comp21=stat
Comp22=oledb
Comp23=neoview
Comp24=assist
Comp25=inttechsrv
Comp26=securwin
Comp27=connect
Comp28=af
Comp29=mysql
Comp30=sybase
Comp31=or
Comp32=base
Comp33=eis
Comp34=fsp
Comp35=qc
Comp36=pcfile
Comp37=share
Comp38=dbu
Comp39=ets
Comp40=oracle
Comp41=lab
Comp42=odbc
Comp43=graph
Comp44=sybaseiqbndl
Comp45=storprocsrv
Comp46=workspacesrv
Comp47=itclient
Comp48=workspacpool
Comp49=inttech
Comp50=contentldrm
Comp51=dproclient
Comp52=webspherend
Comp53=websphereba
Comp54=mrloginmgr
Comp55=objectspawnr
Comp56=spk
Comp57=wipclient
Comp58=weblogic
Comp59=jboss
Comp60=xmladotnet
Comp61=jps
Comp62=eguidedata
Comp63=contentldrs
Comp64=dprosmc
Comp65=webinfpltfm
Comp66=metadatasrv
Comp67=mgmtconsole
$_Stream=--------------------- END ---------------------
$_Filename=tletter.txt
$_Path=.\
$_Date=
$_Time=
$_Stream=-------------------- BEGIN --------------------
Microsoft Windows Workstation 32-bit
Base SAS	31JUL2011
Education Analytical Suite	31JUL2011
SAS Bridge for ESRI	31JUL2011
SAS Enterprise Guide	31JUL2011
SAS Integration Technologies	31JUL2011
SAS/ACCESS Interface to Aster nCluster	31JUL2011
SAS/ACCESS Interface to DB2	31JUL2011
SAS/ACCESS Interface to Greenplum	31JUL2011
SAS/ACCESS Interface to HP Neoview	31JUL2011
SAS/ACCESS Interface to MySQL	31JUL2011
SAS/ACCESS Interface to Netezza	31JUL2011
SAS/ACCESS Interface to ODBC	31JUL2011
SAS/ACCESS Interface to OLE DB	31JUL2011
SAS/ACCESS Interface to Oracle	31JUL2011
SAS/ACCESS Interface to PC Files	31JUL2011
SAS/ACCESS Interface to Sybase	31JUL2011
SAS/ACCESS Interface to Sybase IQ	31JUL2011
SAS/ACCESS Interface to Teradata	31JUL2011
SAS/AF	31JUL2011
SAS/ASSIST	31JUL2011
SAS/CONNECT	31JUL2011
SAS/EIS	31JUL2011
SAS/ETS	31JUL2011
SAS/FSP	31JUL2011
SAS/GIS	31JUL2011
SAS/GRAPH	31JUL2011
SAS/IML	31JUL2011
SAS/INSIGHT	31JUL2011
SAS/LAB	31JUL2011
SAS/OR	31JUL2011
SAS/QC	31JUL2011
SAS/SECURE Windows	31JUL2011
SAS/SHARE	31JUL2011
SAS/STAT	31JUL2011
$_Stream=--------------------- END ---------------------
[_EOF_]

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by:Aloysius Low
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EG is indeed licensed... in that case most likely EG was missed out when you did your installation... typically when you install a 'server plan', the thick client tools are not included...

otherwise, rerun the setup with a -nosasupdate option and opt to install EG alone.
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by:rr4406pak
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If it is indeed installed, what or how is the typical way to launch Enterprise Manager?
I do not see anything I can click on in any of the menus to launch it...
Should it be found under the "Analysis" menu?
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by:Aloysius Low
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it's a typical exe, double click and it will run

try looking at your start menu, programs, SAS - it should be one of the entries there... SAS Enterprise Guide 4.2 or SAS Enterprise Guide 4.3
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by:rr4406pak
ID: 35207945
Yes, I know I should be able to click on it but where? (Why can't it be launched while inside SAS?)
I have enclosed a screen shot of my directory structure under the SAS folder.
Which folder is it located in?
Where is it located on yours?
Thanks:
Screen Shot
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by:Aloysius Low
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it looks like it's not installed. here's my directory structure and the start menu screen
SAS-EG-Directory.jpg
SAS-Start-Menu-Program-Files.jpg
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by:senico
ID: 35248321
Hi,
Based on your screen shot from your directory, it is confirm that SAS Enterprise Guide is not install at your workstation. Please repeat the step on how you to install SAS software. Then, make sure you just choose SAS Enterprise Guide as software need to be install.
Good luck.

Regards,
Senico
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by:rr4406pak
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How do I install it?
It is not listed in the selection list during install.
Is it possibly listed under another name?
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by:Aloysius Low
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what did you choose when performing the install? client installation or server installation, or both? if you had selected server installation, typically it'll be left out unless while creating the plan file it is indicated that EG is to be installed on the server... creation of this plan file is undertaken by your SAS representative...

to install EG alone, like i mentioned in my earlier post, rerun the setup with a -nosasupdate option. what happens next i'm not sure - will need you to screenshot so that i can try to help further... basically, it's to navigate and opt to install EG...
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by:senico
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Hi,
You may refer to below link:
http://www.sascommunity.org/wiki/SAS_9.2_and_SAS_Enterprise_Guide_4.2_on_Windows_7
It provides step how to install SAS EG4.2 on Windows 7.
Hope it works for you.
Regards,
Senico
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by:senico
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Hi,
You may refer to another link, i think this one much more clear steps:
http://data.imf.au.dk/system/info/InstallGuideSAS92.pdf
Good luck.
Regards,
Emy
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Only way to solve this was to get an additional disk from SAS and install separately.
SAS tech support is a nightmare and impossible to deal with. D-
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