Install the ArcGIS Data Interoperability extension

The ArcGIS Data Interoperability extension gives you access to hundreds of supported formats which include GIS, CAD, raster, databases and web formats, and provides access to the FME application suite. To install the Data Interoperability extension for ArcGIS Pro, first download the extension from My Esri. After you complete the download, you can install the software.

ArcGIS Data Interoperability for ArcGIS Pro supports a per machine (all users) installation or a per-user installation. A per-machine installation allows any user to run ArcGIS Pro on the computer on which it is installed. A per-user installation allows only the user who installs it to run the application. When you install the ArcGIS Data Interoperability extension, the installation type automatically matches the core ArcGIS Pro application.

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Authorize the extension

Once the Data Interoperability extension is authorized with a valid license, you can access the FME Workbench application and create ETL tools. Depending on your ArcGIS Pro license type, the license authorization may be done by you or by a software administrator.

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Single Use and Concurrent Use licenses for the core ArcGIS Pro application and extensions are available through Named User license conversion in My Esri.

Named User license

With the default Named User license type, ArcGIS Pro core and extension licenses are associated with user types in an ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Enterprise organization. Extension licenses are assigned by the organization administrator to members who have a user type of Creator or above.

Learn more about starting ArcGIS Pro with a Named User license

Single Use license

Single-Use licenses authorize one person to use ArcGIS Pro on one computer at a time, while having it installed on a maximum of two computers. The ArcGIS Data Interoperability extension is authorized in the same way as the core ArcGIS Pro application.

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Concurrent Use license

Concurrent Use licenses enable multiple users to share access to ArcGIS Pro and extensions from any computer on a network or a virtual machine by borrowing a license from ArcGIS License Manager.

Learn more about using extensions with a Concurrent Use license

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  1. Authorize the extension