Webstore, Difference between SAS Teaching & Research and the Internal Administrative licenses
What is the difference between the SAS Teaching & Research and the Internal Administrative licenses?
Teaching & Research License: As defined by SAS, is software used for purposes of classroom instruction, academic (non-commercial) research, and course work primarily related to the customer's post-secondary degree requirements, including the formulation of theses and dissertations. May be used by students, faculty, and staff supporting these uses; in the case of academic research, it may be used by faculty, staff, and students on hardware that is owned or leased by a University of Illinois (university) and is located on the premises of the university.
Administrative Purposes License: As defined by SAS, is software used for purposes directly related to customer's operations as a post-secondary degree granting institution. This includes institutional research and any such use related to reporting about the University to the University. Such software may be used by customer's administrative employees (including faculty performing administrative duties) for such administrative purposes.
SAS License Types