ArcGIS and Intergraph

ArcGIS

ArcGIS is software for working with geographical information provided by ESRI. The university has purchased a site license for the software and has set up the license server zod.unfcsd.unf.edu (arcgis-lic.unfcsd.unf.edu) to manage those licenses, but students will have to download the ArcGIS Desktop Student Trial with the authorization number provided by their instructor.

 

Intergraph

Intergraph (which created GeoMedia) recently merged with ERDAS (which created IMAGINE), and so the licensing process has merged. Students will need to go through the Intergraph license server to license ERDAS IMAGINE and GeoMedia. There will be 150 "single node-locked" (e.g. single-use single-computer) licenses acquired. Dr. Baynard will manage the distribution of the LACs (License Authentication Codes) to students, but ITS will support students who have issues with the licensing itself.

 

UNF Students

ArcGIS: stalling and Licensing ArcGIS for Desktop Student Trial

What students need


•An Internet Connection, to download and activate the Student Trial (http://www.esri.com/landing-pages/software/arcgis/arcgis-desktop-student-trial)

•ESRI Global Account (https://www.arcgis.com/home/signin.html)

•An Authorization Number, provided by the instructor, in the format EVA123456789.

◦Note: this number will be replaced during the process by a new authorization number in the same format that will be sent to the email associated with the ESRI Global Account

•Microsoft .Net Framework 3.5 SP1 installed on their computer (http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=22)

•Student Instructions for installing and licensing ArcGIS, a handout provided by the instructor.

◦ArcGIS 10.1 - ArcGIS Student Instructions.pdf

◦ArcGIS 10.2 - StudentInstall_Arcgis10.2_20130904.pdf

•Authorization Numbers, provided by the instructor, for any extensions not included with the ArcGIS for Desktop Student Trial

 

◦The following extensions are included with the Student Trial.

■ArcGIS 3D Analyst

■ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst

■ArcGIS Network Analyst

■ArcGIS Publisher

■ArcGIS Schematics

■ArcGIS Spatial Analyst

■ArcGIS Tracking Analyst

◦The following extensions are included with the Student Trial but need to be downloaded seperately.

■Data Interoperability**

■ArcGIS Data Reviewer**

■ArcGIS Workflow Manager**

 

◦Note: Extensions can be added and removed later in ArcGIS Administrator

■Start / All Programs / ArcGIS / ArcGIS Administrator

 

Intergraph

 

ERDAS IMAGINE (http://geospatial.intergraph.com/products/ERDASIMAGINE/ERDASIMAGINE/Details.aspx)

GeoMedia (http://geospatial.intergraph.com/products/GeoMedia/Details.aspx)

Intergraph (which created GeoMedia) recently merged with ERDAS (which created IMAGINE), and so the licensing process has merged. Students will need to go through the Intergraph license server to license ERDAS IMAGINE and GeoMedia. There will be 150 "single node-locked" (e.g. single-use single-computer) licenses acquired. Dr. Baynard will manage the distribution of the LACs (License Authentication Codes) to students, but ITS will support students who have issues with the licensing itself.

 

Installing and Licensing ERDAS Foundation 2013 and ERDAS IMAGINE and LPS 2013

what students need


•An Internet Connection, to download the software from http://download.intergraph.com/
•Student instructions for installing and licensing ERDAS Imagine, provided by the instructor
◦ERDAS Foundation & ERDAS Imagine - Erdas Imagine Student Instructions.pdf
•A License Authentication Code (LAC) provided by the instructor
◦Note: There will be 150 "single node-locked" (e.g. single-use single-computer) licenses acquired. Dr. Baynard will manage the distribution of the LACs (License Authentication Codes) to students, but ITS will support students who have issues with the licensing itself.
•A Composite ID found in the Intergraph License Host ID (after installing the software). 
◦Start > All Programs > Intergraph Licensing | Intergraph License Host ID --> "Composite ID"
•A Nodelock License File (.lic) obtained from the License Web Site (www.intergraph.com/sgi/license/ --> https://sgilicense.intergraph.com/flexnet/operationsportal/).
◦The .lic can then be imported to the Intergraph License Administrator


■Start > All Programs > Intergraph Licensing | Intergraph License Administrator --> File > Import License File