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How to install @Risk Professional for Windows (Students)

This guide explains how to install @Risk Professional for Windows

This guide explains how to install @Risk Professional for Windows downloaded from UCL Software Database.

This guide is aimed at...

  • Students

Before you start...

The following needs to be downloaded from UCL Software Database.


1. Download the appropriate @Risk Professional Students Edition and save the file to your desktop

Fig 1. Students file

2. Open the downloaded @Risk students.zip file

3. Click on Extract all files


Fig 2. Extraction

4. Extract the files to your Desktop within one folder.


Fig 3. Extraction Location


Fig 4. Extracted Student Folder


5. Double click on DTSuite7-cust-Setup.exe within the Palisade Students folder.

6.Choose your Language


Fig 5. Language Selection

7. Click next


Fig 6. Setup Box

8. Accept the terms and click Next


Fig 7. Licence Agreement

9. Enter your user name and Organisation.


Fig 8. Customer Information

10. Click Next


Fig 9. Installation Location

Click Install


Fig 10. Installation

11. If you are using @Risk Library install the SQL Server express and follow the instructions on screen, otherwise click Finish.


Fig 11. Installation Completed

12. This product is now Installed.

13. To check for licensing open up one of the products and in the Excel Ribbon click Help and then Licence Manager

check licence…

Fig 12. Licence Check

14. The details of the licence should be as below.

confirm licence details…

Fig 13. Licence Details

15. Delete the student folder on your desktop

16. Finish

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