Using a Script to Start and Stop SAS/CONNECT

You can start and stop SAS/CONNECT by using the supplied sample scripts, which are located in the following default directories where your SAS software is installed:
Location of Script Files
Note: The term !sasroot is not part of the pathname. It represents the name of the directory where SAS is installed at your site.
All sample scripts start and stop SAS/CONNECT. A sign-on script prompts you for a user ID and password to sign on to a server. You must sign on to the server before you can run a manual sign-on script.
Script names are derived from the access method and the operating environment that the server session runs under; for example, TCPTSO.SCR identifies the TCP/IP access method and a TSO server.