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[McIDAS #VEK-481006]: Access to download and use McIDAS



Hi Scott,

re:
> It is definitely in support of NCSU. The software will be installed on an
> NCSU server (ldm.cicsnc.org) and used as part of our data exploration
> efforts.

OK, that is good to know.

re:
> I registered with my noaa.gov email address several years ago, I
> can always create another account using my NCSU email address (
> address@hidden) if that would make things easier on your end.

This would be the most straightforward approach since it would clearly
indicate that the intended use is for/by a university.  It should also
be the case that you will be automatically granted access by virtue
of your educational institution affiliation type in your new registration
(meaning that you should indicate that is your affiliation type when
you register!).

re:
> Thanks,

No worries.  Sorry for the hassle, but our hands are tied by the license
agreement with UW/SSEC.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: VEK-481006
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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