From an open project, click the Project tab on the ribbon. Or, from the ArcGIS Pro start page, click Settings in the lower left corner. In the list on the left, click Licensing. The Licensing page shows your license type, license level, and extensions.
Start ArcGIS Pro. On the start page, click Settings in the lower left corner. In the list of settings on the left, click Licensing. On the Licensing page, click Configure your licensing options. On the Licensing dialog box, select ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Enterprise according to the type of ArcGIS organization you belong to. Replace the [...]
To return an offline Named User license, see Check in an offline license in the help topic Start ArcGIS Pro with a Named user license. To return an offline Concurrent Use license, see Return an offline license in the help topic Start ArcGIS Pro with a Concurrent Use license.
Yes. To take a Named User license offline, see Authorize ArcGIS Pro to work offline in the help topic Start ArcGIS Pro with a Named user license. To take a Concurrent Use license offline, see Authorize ArcGIS Pro to work offline in the help topic Start ArcGIS Pro with a Concurrent Use license. Single Use [...]
When you start ArcGIS Pro for the first time, a Sign In dialog box appears for you to log in with your ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Enterprise credentials. If you have a Concurrent Use license, contact your administrator for your License Manager host name. If you have a Single Use license, contact your administrator for [...]
If I have a Concurrent Use or Single Use license, can I access ArcGIS Online maps and services in ArcGIS Pro?Admin Connectingdots2019-07-18T14:45:20+02:00
Yes. However, an ArcGIS organization (ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Enterprise) account is still required to access web maps and services and to share content created in ArcGIS Pro to the web. Even with an ArcGIS Pro Concurrent Use or Single Use license, you maintain an account in your ArcGIS organization and [...]
No, you must authorize both ArcGIS Pro licenses and ArcMap licenses in order to use both ArcGIS Pro and ArcMap. If you are using Concurrent Use licensing for ArcMap and ArcGIS Pro, you can manage both license types with the same License Manager.
Yes. You can use the same License Manager to authorize and manage ArcMap and ArcGIS Prolicenses.
See Assign Named User licenses in ArcGIS Online.
Yes. If you are using Named User licensing, you can use ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Enterprise to change an organization member's user type, which may affect their ArcGIS Pro license. You can also reassign ArcGIS Pro add-on and extension licenses to other organization members as long as their user type is compatible with [...]