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It took an extra day to resolve this because the local distributor has needed to refer it back to Redlands to add the ArcGIS Pro license entitlement, but on Tuesday morning I received an email that started as below. From there I logged into ArcGIS.com where, as my Organization's Administrator I was able to Assign myself an ArcGIS Pro license. I was then ...


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You have not described the process you used to install and license the Data Interoperability extension. If you have not already done so, I recommend that you follow the Online Help for Installing the Data Interoperability extension. If you have followed these steps once unsuccessfully, then I recommend taking at least a second run through them in case ...


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Check that you have bought license for Interoperability. If you have the you have to check this feature in the extension window of arcmap.


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This can be done with python, but not using arcpy as far as I know. If you use comtypes you can have some degree of access to ArcObjects. By accessing the AoInitialize class, you can check on licenses/extensions that are checked out by supplying an extension code. Here is some sample code: import comtypes # load olb esriSys = r'C:\Program Files ...


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There are multiple meanings of "cluster", and I fear you may be confusing them... In ArcGIS Server 10.1+ parlance, a "cluster" is a bound subset of servers within an ArcGIS Server site. The documentation contains this image, which shows how a subset of servers can be allocated to one aspect of GIS services. In this diagram there are three (3) hosts ...


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You need to be part of an 'organization' http://doc.arcgis.com/en/arcgis-online/administer/manage-licenses.htm for ArcGIS Pro The ArcGIS for Home Use comes with one named user and 100 service credits for ArcGIS.com, however you will need to contact customer service in order to activate your organization. ArcGIS for Home Use is currently issuing ...


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One method, not pretty but works, is to parse the output of the command line lmutil lmstat -a -c @my_lic_server. There's a lot of noise, but the lines you want resemble: Users of ARC/INFO: (Total of 6 licenses issued; Total of 2 licenses in use) lmutil can be found under C:\Program Files\ArcGIS\LicenseManager\License10.x\bin. Also see Managing ArcGIS ...



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