We have researchers that bring laptops out in the field to remote areas without network access, can they still use ArcGIS Pro to create, edit, and make layers and maps?
Please see the following help topic on authorizing ArcGIS Pro to work offline: Start ArcGIS Pro with a Concurrent Use license—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation
You may find the following topic helpful as well:
Take a map offline—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation
Hope it helps,
Thank you, very much, Jonah.
How are your licensing for ArcGIS Pro being administered. If they are concurrent use, check out this article here : Start ArcGIS Pro with a Concurrent Use license—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation and look at the Authorize ArcGIS Pro to work offline.
If they are being administered through ArcGIS Online and you are the Admin sign into your arcgis online account and go to Organization -> Licenses, uncheck the box that says "Prevent members from taking ArcGIS Pro Offline". From there it should be the same steps as for concurrent licenses.
Thank you very much, Benjamin.
Another way is to ask to your license coordinator for a Single Use license for each laptop. This is more flexible then check out and check in license; and most Admin like this better.
In ArcGIS Pro>Configure your licensing options, switch the license type Single Use License. You can switch back to Named User license when back to the office. More on this ArcGIS Pro Documentation.
Thank you, Canserina.
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