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How do I add the SAS University Edition vApp to VMware Workstation Player and VMware Fusion?

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To add the SAS University Edition vApp to VMware Workstation Player, use the Open a Virtual Machine option to select and import the SAS University Edition OVA file.
  1. Launch the VMware Workstation Player, and click Open a virtual machine.

  2. In the directory that contains the downloaded file for the SAS University Edition vApp, select the file with a OVA extension (for example, SAS-University-Edition.ova). Click Open, and then click Import.

  3. In the Import Virtual Machine dialog box, enter SAS-University-Edition as the name of the new virtual machine.

A virtual machine named SAS University Edition now appears in your VMware Workstation Player.

To add the SAS University Edition vApp to VMware Fusion, select File > Import to open the Choose an Existing Machine dialog box. You can then select and import the SAS University Edition OVA file.
  1. Launch VMware Fusion, and then select File > Import. In the Choose an Existing Machine dialog box, click Choose File.

  2. In the directory that contains the downloaded file for the SAS University Edition vApp, select the file with a OVA extension (for example, SAS-University-Edition.ova), and click Open.

  3. When prompted, enter SAS-University-Edition as the name of the new virtual machine and click Save.

  4. After the vApp imports, click Finish.

A virtual machine named SAS-University-Edition now appears in VMware Fusion.

To add the SAS University Edition vApp to VMware Workstation Player, use the Open a Virtual Machine option to select and import the SAS University Edition OVA file.
  1. Launch the VMware Workstation Player and click Open a virtual machine.

  2. In the directory that contains the downloaded file for the SAS University Edition vApp, select the file with a OVA extension (for example, SAS-University-Edition.ova). Click Open and then click Import.

  3. In the Import Virtual Machine dialog box, enter SAS University Edition as the name of the new virtual machine.

A virtual machine named SAS University Edition now appears in VMware Workstation Player.