License is in a txt file on my hard drive. I have tried providing the license through the start up dialog, the \"renew license\" menu item, and running \"renew license through a script.\" All of these work and it accepts the license (it's an institutional site license). But once I close JMP, when I reopen it it says my (previous) license has expired and I have to re-link the new license. I have tried putting the license in various folders, doesn't seem to matter.
I had contact to Tech support on that also, they confirmed, that license is installed in the JMP installation folder. Then it's clear, that license installation w/o admin rights cannot be persistent due to missing write permission.
I think, when installing the license as std user, JMP should throw a warning, that this will not be persistent - but don't know, whether it will be considered to change (but I gave that feedback to Customer Support DACH).
JMP 15.2 is the first version of JMP that has been tested and is supported on macOS 11, Big Sur. If you are an annual license customer you can contact your site administrator to get JMP 15. If you are a single user license holder contact JMP Sales to find out about upgrade options.
The most current release of JMP is JMP 15.2. The University has a license of JMP for use by Students, Faculty and Staff that expires June 30, 2021. If you have never installed JMP on your computer before, please go to MyDU > search for JMP in the search bar > select Mac or Windows
Windows versions will install with the most up to date license. Mac installs require a license file to be copied to your local hard drive. The license file can be found in the JMPPro15.dmg file. You may copy this file to your desktop or documents folder. Once JMP Pro 15 installs, you can open the license file from your desktop or documents folder.
This article will walk you through renewing a license file for JMP versions 15. This walk-through is for only if you already have JMP 15 already installed on your computer. If you need a license file for an older version of JMP than is offered from MyDU please give us a call for the correct license file. The JMP 'GET' link in MyDU gives you JMP15 with the most recent license file expiring in 2021. This how-to contains some technical steps, if you have any issues or questions please contact the UTS Help Center at (303) 871-4700 or request help by clicking here.
Next, you will be asked to save the license. Please navigate to where JMP is installed. This is by default \"C:\\Program Files\\SAS\\JMPPRO\\##\" where the ## is the base version number. Make sure the file is named JMP and the type is .per and click save.
You may need to close and relaunch JMP for the license to apply fully. You can check the license status under the \"Help\" menu bar option and then selecting \"About JMP\". You should see the new expiration date listed. If it is wrong please restart JMP fully.
Download JMP from PioneerWeb > Resources Tab > Software Download Box > JMP. When the download is finished open the .dmg file. If JMP is already installed, start JMP and create a new script. If it is not installed, open the JMP-Install and run the installer. If this is a new install, you simply need to choose 'open license' at the start of JMP.
You may need to close and relaunch JMP for the license to apply fully. You can check the license status by clicking on JMP in the menu bar and selecting about JMP. You should see the new expiration date listed. If it is wrong please restart JMP fully. 1e1e36bf2d