ArcGIS Pro extensions are downloaded and installed with the core application. Access to extensions is controlled through licensing. When you have an extension license, the tools and functionality for that extension are automatically available.
Download and install extensions
Most ArcGIS Pro extensions are downloaded and installed with the core application. Your ability to use extension tools and functionality is controlled through licensing.
The Data Interoperability and StreetMap Premium extensions are downloaded and installed separately from the core application. These extensions are available from My Esri.
The Utility Network extension requires an ArcGIS Enterprise deployment.
Access extension tools and functionality
When you have a license for an ArcGIS Pro extension, the tools and functionality for the ArcGIS Pro extension can be used immediately. New buttons, tabs, and panes may appear on the user interface, and geoprocessing tools that require an extension license can be run.
View extension licenses
You can see which extensions you are licensed to use on the ArcGIS Pro Licensing page.
- In an open ArcGIS Pro project, on the ribbon, click the Project tab. (Alternatively, from the ArcGIS Pro start page, click About ArcGIS Pro.)
- In the list of tabs on the left, click Licensing.
On the Licensing page, under Esri Extensions, each extension is listed. A Yes or No value in the Licensed column indicates whether the extension is licensed.
Authorize extension licenses
The procedures for authorizing and managing ArcGIS Pro extension licenses are the same as for the core application. The specific steps depend on your ArcGIS Pro license type.
- If your license type is Named User, extension licenses are assigned to users by the ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Enterprise organization administrator. See the Configure and assign a license section in Assign Named User licenses in ArcGIS Online.
- If your license type is Single Use, extension licenses are authorized with an authorization file. See the Authorize an extension section in Authorize and start ArcGIS Pro with a Single Use license.
- If your license type is Concurrent Use, extension licenses are authorized by a software administrator and checked out by users from ArcGIS License Manager. See the Authorize an extension section in Authorize ArcGIS Pro with a Concurrent Use license and the Change the license level or extensions section in Start ArcGIS Pro with a Concurrent Use license.
You can open ArcGIS Pro projects and project items (maps, scenes, layouts, and so on) whether or not you have any extensions. For example, you do not need the Spatial Analyst extension to open a map that contains layers created with Spatial Analyst tools. However, in the case of StreetMap Premium for ArcGIS, map layers that reference StreetMap Premium data will be disabled in the ArcGIS Pro Contents pane unless you have the correct regional StreetMap Premium extension.