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I am working in a navigation company, and they have purchased server license for hundreds of computers, but ArcObjects is not installed in any of the system.

So I need a loose copy of ArcObjects SDK for learning purpose.

I am not able to find it on Esri website, there is no download option for Arcobjects SDK. Instead ArcGIS RunTime SDK is available to download.

Is it available on internet freely?

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    No, ArcObjects is only available from the Esri customer service portal. You'll need to use a global login which is registered with the site. – Vince Jan 14 '16 at 12:43

If you already have ArcGIS for Server installed it is included in your standard product-CD. There you can seperately install it. Simply click on the appropriate Setup-link under ArcGIS Developer Ressources (SDK for .NET or for JAVA)

  • i don't have CD , our IS department install it, remotely on network – Akhil Kumar Jan 14 '16 at 13:06
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    then contact our IS department as they have a CD or can download it from their account. – If you do not know- just GIS Jan 14 '16 at 13:23
  • It's been a long time since ArcGIS was distributed on DVD, much less CD. Modern media deployment is always web-based. – Vince Jan 14 '16 at 13:52
  • @Vince That´s true, however not in all companies you´re allowed doing those downloads. However you may have an image of the install-DVD on your network so I suppose to contact the IS. – HimBromBeere Jan 14 '16 at 13:55
  • They are considered separate products. Most folks doing the download aren't going to casually download a 600+Mb media kit because it's there. This answer is misleading, at best, because it assumes the media is downloaded and the installer has been extracted and is available for execution. – Vince Jan 14 '16 at 15:21

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