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I have a image has EPSG:32649 coordinate system and I want to display this image on a EPSG:4326 map on arcgis desktop (ArcMap).

Any one can help me?

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You should be able to simply add your EPSG:32649 image to a data frame that has its coordinate system already set to EPSG:4326.

On-the-fly projection should take care of displaying it in the correct location.

If you need to set a transformation, then doing this should trigger a warning for you to do so.

Also, pay attention to the comment by @mkennedy:

The image needs to have a coordinate system defined for it, if it doesn't, you should get a warning about that too. Use ArcCatalog to define the coordinate system if it's missing.

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