Where is the authorization code for ArcGIS Monitor found in my.esri.com?

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01-19-2018 02:40 PM
BillFox
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Do we use the ArcGIS Server Advanced authorization code?

We see it is included with the ArcGIS Enterprise 10.6 release and our small government ELA is current.

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GarrettGraham
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Hi Bill - ArcGIS Monitor and ArcGIS GeoEvent Server are components that require additional licensing and are not part of the core ArcGIS Enterprise product. You will see them there under ArcGIS Enterprise on MyEsri, but will not be able to authorize them until you procure the necessary licensing.

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GarrettGraham
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Hi Bill - ArcGIS Monitor is a separate, standalone product with its own pricing and licensing. MyEsri's organizational structure allows you to see all capabilities of ArcGIS Enterprise (likewise with ArcGIS Desktop, etc.). ArcGIS Monitor is a capability of ArcGIS Enterprise, but it is not enabled without a license. Please connect with your Esri Account Manager to further discuss ArcGIS Monitor licensing and pricing to enable this capability for your organization.

BillFox
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We tried using the ArcGIS Server Advanced authorization and it went ahead into the post installation dialog.

That dialog would not let us get past the Mongo Path: value

It seems to be a catch-22 where it wants us to point to something that does not exist.

We then manually created the needed folder path but it still wants to see a mongod.exe file.

We're opening a support case for assistance.

SRajagopalan-esristaff

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GarrettGraham
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Hi Bill - MyEsri would not prevent you from downloading ArcGIS Monitor, but you will require an ArcGIS Monitor specific license/authorization file for it to work. Please connect with your Esri Account Manager to further discuss ArcGIS Monitor licensing and pricing to enable this capability for your organization.

BillFox
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They are included with 10.6, is it just waiting for the codes to be uploaded from customer service?

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http://desktop.arcgis.com/en/quick-start-guides/latest/arcgis-enterprise-quick-start-guide.htm

What's included

ArcGIS Enterprise 10.6 includes the following components:

  • ArcGIS Enterprise Builder—Provides a simple installation and configuration experience for a base ArcGIS Enterprise deployment on a single machine.
  • ArcGIS Server—Makes your geographic information available to others in your organization and, optionally, anyone with an Internet connection. It can be licensed in a variety of roles, depending on the capabilities you want to enable for your deployment. See ArcGIS Enterprise licensing for a complete listing of server licensing roles.
  • Portal for ArcGIS—Allows you to share maps, apps, and other geographic information with other people in your organization through a website.
  • ArcGIS Data Store—An application you can use to set up different types of data stores used by a Portal for ArcGIS hosting server.
  • ArcGIS Web Adaptor—Allows ArcGIS Server to integrate with your existing web server. It is compatible with IIS and Java EE servers such as WebSphere and WebLogic.
  • Database Server (Workgroup)—Installation for SQL Server Express instance to store geodatabases. This component is only available with ArcGIS Enterprise Workgroup.
  • ArcGIS GeoEvent Server—Enables real-time event-based data streams to be integrated as data sources in your enterprise GIS. Requires an ArcGIS GeoEvent Server license role.
  • ArcGIS Enterprise Cloud Builder Command Line Interface on Amazon Web Services - Command line utility that helps deploy ArcGIS Enterprise and ArcGIS Server sites on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
  • ArcGIS Server Cloud Builder on Amazon Web Services—Application that helps build and maintain an ArcGIS server site on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
  • ArcGIS Enterprise Cloud Builder for Microsoft Azure—Application to deploy GIS servers and web GIS on Microsoft Azure. It helps you to extend your Azure implementation to include ArcGIS.
  • ArcGIS Monitor—ArcGIS Monitor provides actionable insights into system usage, performance and overall health of your ArcGIS implementation. ArcGIS Monitor 10.6 is compatible with ArcGIS 10.1 onwards.
  • ArcGIS License Manager (Windows and Linux)—This version is required to configure ArcGIS Pro or Drone2Map for ArcGIS licenses with your Portal for ArcGIS 10.6 organization.
  • ArcGIS Coordinate Systems Data— Contains the data files required for the GEOCON transformation method and vertical transformation files for the United States (VERTCON and GEOID12B) and the world (EGM2008).

Additional licensed extensions available as separate downloads:

  • ArcGIS Data Interoperability extension—Enables ArcGIS to read and process over 115 GIS and CAD formats supported by Safe Software's FME.
  • ArcGIS Data Reviewer—Provides tools to manage quality control and makes data quality a component of your overall data management strategy.
  • ArcGIS Workflow Manager—Provides access to workflow configuration and execution tools through the Workflow Manager Web services.

Developer tools:

  • ArcObjects SDK for the Microsoft .NET Framework—Documentation and sample code for Microsoft .NET Framework developers customizing and extending ArcGIS Engine, ArcGIS Desktop, and ArcGIS Server.
  • ArcObjects SDK for Java—Documentation, tools, and sample code for Java platform developers customizing and extending ArcGIS Engine, ArcGIS Desktop, and ArcGIS Server.

The following are also available with ArcGIS Enterprise and can be found under the Products or other download sections:

  • DBMS Support Files—Client libraries and databases used to directly connect to geodatabases.

Language packs (Coming soon)

The following ArcGIS components have localized setups. Language packs are not available separately.

  • ArcGIS Server
  • Portal for ArcGIS
  • ArcGIS Web Adaptor (IIS)
  • ArcGIS Web Adaptor (Java Platform)
  • ArcGIS Data Store
  • ArcGIS GeoEvent Server
  • ArcGIS Data Reviewer
  • ArcGIS Workflow Manager

Language packs for Portal for ArcGIS help and ArcGIS Data Store help can be applied to view documentation in additional languages

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BillFox
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I don't see the GeoEvent server authorization either.

We are working with our customer support staff too.

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GarrettGraham
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Hi Bill - ArcGIS Monitor and ArcGIS GeoEvent Server are components that require additional licensing and are not part of the core ArcGIS Enterprise product. You will see them there under ArcGIS Enterprise on MyEsri, but will not be able to authorize them until you procure the necessary licensing.

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BillFox
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Thank you for the detailed update Garrett.

If they are not included with "Enterprise" like Portal is, will the "What's Included" enterprise documentation be changed to include your details to prevent further confusion?