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Wiki Pages: ArcGIS

Introduction
This article refers to ArcGIS Desktop software for Windows Operating System.

Under the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education Esri Site License Agreement, Esri Geographic Information System (GIS) software and licenses are available to current UK faculty, staff, and registered students. 
 
University employees (faculty/staff) may download ArcGIS software from the UK Download Server for use on their work computers.  For more information and to request a license, please visit UK GIS Campus Support.
 
Currently enrolled (registered) students are not eligible to download ArcGIS software from the UK Download Server.  However, currently enrolled (registered) students are eligible to receive an ArcGIS Education Edition (including media and license) when requested by verified faculty.  For more information on ArcGIS software for students, please visit UK GIS Campus Support.
 
Burning ArcGIS to DVD
To install ArcGIS Desktop, Esri recommends using an ISO image mounter program like Virtual CloneDrive. If you prefer to install from a disc, you will need to burn the ISO image to a blank 4.7b (or greater) DVD disc. Please consult your DVD burning software for instructions specific to your application.

Product Keys
Product keys will be provided by contacting UK’s Esri Campus Administrator at:
Michelle Ellington, GISP
GIS Coordinator
Esri Campus Administrator
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY | Facilities Information Services
212B1 Peterson Service Building | Lexington, KY | 40506
email license requests to: UKGISCA@uky.edu 
 
Hardware Requirements
See the install readme on the iso disc.
 
Document Information

Publication Date:
07/22/2010
Revision Date:
03/26/2014
Operating Systems:
Windows All Versions
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