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ArcGIS Desktop Advance Single/Concurrent Use


ArcGIS Desktop is a comprehensive suite of desktop GIS (Geographic Information System) software products developed by Esri. The “Advance Single/Concurrent Use” likely refers to the licensing model for ArcGIS Desktop Advance, which provides advanced GIS capabilities for mapping, spatial analysis, data management, and visualization. Here’s a breakdown of these terms:

ArcGIS Desktop Advanced: This version of ArcGIS Desktop includes advanced tools and features for professional GIS users. It offers more capabilities compared to the standard version, such as advanced spatial analysis, 3D mapping, geostatistical analysis, and data conversion tools.

Single/Concurrent Use Licensing: This refers to the licensing model for ArcGIS Desktop Advance.

Single Use: A single-use license allows one user to install and use the software on one computer. The license is tied to the specific machine and cannot be transferred.

Concurrent Use: A concurrent-use license allows multiple users to share a pool of licenses. The number of concurrent users is limited by the number of licenses purchased. Users can access the software from any computer connected to the license server, but the total number of concurrent users cannot exceed the number of licenses.

ArcGIS Desktop Advance is widely used in various industries, including government, natural resources, utilities, and more, for spatial analysis, mapping, and decision-making