I'm trying to publish a geoprocessing tool to ArcGIS Server from ArcGIS Pro, but am unable to since the server connection type is set to "User" in the latter and cannot be changed to "Publisher" or "Admin". When establishing the connection, I'm using the same admin credentials for when I publish from ArcMap, access the Server Admin page, etc., but for some reason Pro sets the connection properties at the lowest level and then grays-out the drop down user type menu--it's totally inert. Heck, the connection in catalog is even auto-named "admin on $SERVERNAME".
I've also confirmed that I can see the published services on the server, but they cannot be modified via Pro. Application is version 2.6.1. Issue was present before recent upgrade.
Any thoughts as to what I'm doing wrong? Thank you!
The same for me. ArcGIS Pro 2.7 and ArcGIS Enterprise 10.8. I'm the Portal admin and I'm connected to the Portal. And still, I can't change the connection type. ArcGIS Pro is my nemesis.
I discovered that the workflow is different in Pro. If you are already connected to your Portal, you can use the Share ribbon to work with your services and manage the server from the web browser.
Yeah interactively it appears different, unfortunately, we've got a few python workflows to create/update tile cache that requires an admin/publisher an .ags connection. Anyone come up with any other workarounds in Python?
I've done a bit of testing on some of our federated/non-federated servers. Appears to only be an issue switching connection type on federated servers where the portal-tier login is disabled. I can switch freely on a non-federated ArcGIS Server
If you've setup the portal connection in the Pro options can use the Share ribbon to publish your services and check your datastores. However, the only way I found to manage the server was to use the web browser interface.