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ArcGIS Online - Configure your organization for Indoors

ArcGIS Online organizations that are provisioned for ArcGIS Indoors already have the ArcGIS Indoors license and SSL certificate in place. You need to set permissions for members of your organization and enable functionality in ArcGIS Pro once the organization is provisioned. Once you set permission levels for members of your organization, they can access the Indoors tools in ArcGIS Pro after they successfully connect and sign in to your ArcGIS organization.

Set up access for ArcGIS Pro

Perform the following steps to set permissions for the members of your organization who need to use ArcGIS Pro:

  1. Assign the GIS Professional Advanced user type to the named users in your organization who you want to have access to ArcGIS Pro.
    Note:

    By default, the Indoors extension in the ArcGIS Online organization has two GIS Professional Advanced users available. More can be added by contacting customer service.

  2. Grant these named users access to the following extensions:
    1. 3D Analyst
    2. Data Interoperability
    3. Data Reviewer
    4. Network Analyst
    5. Production Mapping
  3. Assign these named users the Publisher role.

    Members of your organization who need to use ArcGIS Pro must connect to this ArcGIS Online organization before using the Indoors tools.

Invite and add members

ArcGIS Online allows you to manage members in your organization, as well as their roles and associated privileges.

Note:

Indoors supports built-in authentication and SAML.

Create users and assign roles and types

When you create users, check the type of users available for details about assigning roles and access.

Enable permissions

Indoor Viewer requires users to sign in before use, and they need to have the appropriate level of permissions.

Configure printing

For printing to work from Viewer, the organization must have a valid print service set up. Viewer requires a valid print service in the organization for printing directions.

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