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Esri Software at ASU

Covering all aspects of Esri's online and desktop software for the ASU community

ArcGIS Pro

*These products may not be used for any administrative, commercial, or profit-generating activities.*

**Prior to downloading the software check your computer's ability to run ArcGIS Pro.**

STEP 1. JOIN THE ORGANIZATION

Sign into ASU's ArcGIS Online Organization using your ASURITE username and password:

Sign in using your ASURITE

** ArcGIS Pro + extensions, Business Analyst, Community Analyst and Esri Academy (Training) and are automatically enabled once you sign into ASU's ArcGIS Online organization.


STEP 2. DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL THE SOFTWARE

  • Log into ArcGIS Online.
  • At the top right, select your profile and choose 'My Settings'

            A screenshot of a profile picture on ArcGIS Online

  • Navigate to Licenses, and download the latest version of ArcGIS Pro. 

            

  • Run the .exe to install ArcGIS Pro. 

If you encounter the following error: 

            Error Message from the ArcGIS Pro Installer telling the user to install Microsoft .NET Desktop Runtime (x64) 6.0.5.


STEP 3. ACCESS THE SOFTWARE

Open your newly installed instance of ArcGIS Pro and log in via the "Organization URL" method.

ArcGIS Pro sign in process gif

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