I've posted an article in the SAS Enterprise Guide community about this topic. Read the article to learn:
- How to select "No profile" mode in SAS Enterprise Guide.
- How to add your Local SAS into the mix when you're connected to a SAS Metadata environment
- How to "fix" your local system when SAS Enterprise Guide can't find your local SAS installation.
See the full article >> Using SAS Enterprise Guide with your local SAS installation
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Side note about Communities on SAS
I've always been a big fan of the Communities on SAS, where thousands of SAS practitioners interact to learn from each other. A good number of SAS employees also participate in the discussions, which means that many of the answers about SAS technology are coming directly from the developers who created it. But it's your participation that makes the communities rich and engaging.
And now I have a more professional interest in the communities, as I've just moved into the role of managing our SAS Online Communities program. My team of community managers would love to hear from you about what you like and what you think could be improved. We have big plans for the communities program, and your input is essential to help us build the space where you want to spend your time. Post back in the comments here, or send us your feedback using this form (select Discussion Forums or Communities as the category).