SCSE maintains licenses for ArcGIS, JMP Genomics (SAS), and MATLAB (starting in 2014). Instructions for downloading and installing are provided below. SCSE does not provide tech support for installation or problems using the software. Please contact the vendor directly for these items.
ArcGIS Download and Installation
1. Check if your computer fulfills ArcGIS system requirements
2. Download the Software
You can download versions of the ArcGIS ISOs at https://netfiles.umn.edu/u-spatial/umn_users/Software/esri/Desktop/
(This link requires an x500 and password. Once entered, a download will begin!)
Install the Software
The installation file(s) downloaded above are DVD images (.iso files) that you will use to create install DVDs. After download has completed, double click the the file to start your DVD burning software utility. After you have burned the images to DVDs, begin installation from the DVD, and follow the installation steps as prompted by the installers.
During installation when you are asked to select a product, select ArcGIS (Concurrent Use), and for License Manager, enter the license server listed below.
ArcInfo License server: swlicense2.oit.umn.edu
Run the Software
If you are off campus you need to use VPN (Virtual Private Network) in order to connect to the license server each time you run this software.
Check the ArcGIS website for help: http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/
JMP & JMP Genomics (SAS, Inc.) Download and License Files
JMP Genomics 6
JMP Genomics 6.1
License Files for 2013-2014
You must select the correct license file for your version of JMP and your operating system.
JMP 10 Mac: https://netfiles.umn.edu/xythoswfs/webview/_xy-15880214_1
JMP 10 Pro Mac: https://netfiles.umn.edu/xythoswfs/webview/_xy-15909794_1
JMP 10 Win: https://netfiles.umn.edu/xythoswfs/webview/_xy-15880218_1
JMP 10 Pro Win: https://netfiles.umn.edu/xythoswfs/webview/_xy-15880216_1
If you are not sure which version of JMP you have, you can find this as follows:
Mac: On the JMP menu, select JMP -> About JMP...
Win: On the JMP menu, select Help -> About JMP...
Problems with File Downloads?
JMP license files are small text files, downloaded via NetFiles. NetFiles requires login with your University of Minnesota internetID and password.
Within Netfiles, find and download the file with a filename that starts with JMP902_ or JMP10_. Save it to your desktop or somewhere where it will be easy to find. You may need to right-click (Win) or control-click (Mac) on the filename and select "Save to Desktop". If you are asked if you want to open or save, select save.
To Apply the New License
Starting 11/16/2013, JMP users who have not updated license files will see a message "Your JMP License Has Expired". If the date is beyond 11/16/2013 and you do not see such a warning, your license has already been updated, and you do not need to do anything else.
If the license has already expired:
1. Start JMP
2. select "Open License" on the expiration warning screen.
3. At the prompt, navigate to the SID file (license file) that you saved above.
If your license has not yet expired:
1. Start JMP
2. From the File menu, select New > Script to open a script window.
3. Enter this line: renew license();
4. From the Edit menu, select Run Script.
5. In the resulting Renew Your JMP License window, click Open License.
6. At the prompt, navigate to the SID file (license file) that you saved above.
File Installation Key (FIK) for MATLAB 2014a
MATLAB ISO installation media (ISO files)
Download the license file: https://netfiles.umn.edu/xythoswfs/webui/_xy-18680335_1
This license file is needed during installation. Download it before you start installation, and save it somewhere where you can easily find it during installation.
The License File and ISO installation media are both downloaded via NetFiles, which requires login with your U of M internet ID and password.
From the MATLAB ISO file you downloaded, create a DVD and insert it, or mount the ISO image directly. If installation does not start automatically, navigate through the DVD to find the apppropriate file to launch installation for your operating system.
For installation method, select "Use a File Installation Key".
An internet connection is not needed during this installation method. However, an internet connection on campus or VPN is still needed to run MATLAB.
See this guide for more details for either installation method: http://z.umn.edu/matlabinstallguide