Ensure that you have uninstalled any previous versions of ArcGIS.
Download all the files from the location shared with you by the SAL Technical Officer or your Subject Lecturer. Your ArcGIS installation folder should contain the following
If you are using OneDrive, remember that the white cloud shown in the pictures above indicate that a file is stored online but not yet downloaded onto your computer. You cannot install the file until it is downloaded onto the local machine.
Start with the file number 1_ Follow the prompts, keeping all the default settings. If you get a message saying that a DOT net environment is missing, cancel the install and install the file in the folder called “Install this if your computer says you are missing a DOTnet thing” first. Once this is done, then run the file that has the name starting with 1_ again.
Repeat running the file and following the prompts (using the default settings) for each of the files in numbered order.
If you do not wish to install all of them, your installation will not match that of the computers you use at uni, and depending on which ones you miss, some functionality may be missing.
Select “Desktop” in the tree on the lefthand window.
Select “ArcGIS for Desktop Advanced (Concurrent Use)”, and click the “change” button.
In the dialog box that appears enter the name of the licence server that you were given by your course coordinator/tutor/SAL technical support and then click “OK”.
Click on the “Apply” button.
If you want to check what you are licensed to use, select “availability” from the tree in the left-hand window. This will show you which features/extensions are available from the licence server, how many licenses there are, and how many are currently available. As you have just connected to this licence server, you are using one “desktop advanced” license and one each of whichever extension licenses you currently have turned on in the ArcMap or ArcCatalogue modules.
Click OK to close the ArcGIS Administrator. The software is ready to use.