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TNickolai-esristaff
                With a previous article connected to Chef Kitchen: https://community.esri.com/people/TNickolai-esristaff/blog/2019/11/18/chef-test-kitchen-for-arcgis-enterprise we hit on the utilization of VirtualBox/Vagrant to create virtual machines quicker and test deployments via Chef.  The key part of this concept is getting your own Vagrant… (Show more)
rainrain2000
Hello,     We have ArcGIS 10.5.1 Enterprise configured in Highly Available configuration with following:- 1 - NLB doing reverse proxy 2- Two Web Adaptors Servers with ( WA-Arcgis, WA-Server) on each 3- Two Portals 4- ArcGIS Server Site with two Servers. It also has Datastore installed hosting Relational and Tile Cache   Now we are trying to… (Show more)
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venkattaladi
Hi All,   Is there any way to authorize Notebook Server with just license code ECPXXXXXXXX itself, Instead of license file? I am trying trying on AWS Instance with Linux . Moreover as per ESRI Silent Installation Instructions (Silently install ArcGIS Notebook Server—ArcGIS Notebook Server Installation Guide (10.7) | ArcGIS Enterprise),    I… (Show more)
tselvidge
My company is looking into transitioning from MapInfo to ArcGIS Enterprise ArcPro With Portal. We would like to use Enterprise Geodatabases in Sql Server as well as the Portal Data Stores. The sql server will be hosted on a separate server from the primary ArcGIS Server. Portal will be hosted on its own server. The relational Data Store will be… (Show more)
tselvidge
My company is considering acquiring ArcGIS Enterprise with ArcGIS Pro and Portal. We are trying to figure out if any of our existing servers can be reconfigured to be used for ArcGIS Enterprise software.   We currently have an Isilon a200 4xIntel Pentium Processor D1508 with 2x 10Gbe Connections per node and RAM with 16 per node. Being an Isilon… (Show more)
tselvidge
What licenses are needed for a server farm? I am planning on having 2-3 servers beyond the firewall as the server farm. Does each server need an ArcGIS license? What kind of license is needed? For ArcGIS Pro we will be using standard and advanced licenses.     We will be using ArcGIS Enterprise with ArcGIS Pro and Portal.
tselvidge
My company is upgrading our system architecture. We are looking at putting in failover servers. We are also looking at acquiring ArcGIS Enterprise with ArcGIS Pro and Portal.   Regarding failover servers, we are currently planning on setting them up as active/passive. It is my understanding that Esri has a Failover License specifically for the… (Show more)
axioma.admin
Hey All,  I have one server which hosts the ArcGIS server the portal and 2 web adaptors I have successfully registered one of the web adaptors with the server but I am getting error while trying to register the second web adaptor with the portal (the portal is installed correctly and working) ESRI Arc + portal + web adaptors version 10.7.1… (Show more)
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