User type extensions can be included in a user type or as an add-on license. To use parcel fabric or utility network functionality in ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Enterprise, you must assign the appropriate user type extension to members of your organization. To use ArcGIS Workflow Manager, you need to assign members the ArcGIS Workflow Manager user type extension and have a licensed ArcGIS Workflow Manager Server.
Although user type extensions provide access to this functionality, administrators will need to ensure that organization members are assigned appropriate user types and roles to do their work. For example, if a member is assigned the Viewer user type and the Viewer role, they will only be able to view parcel fabric services and other content across ArcGIS Enterprise. See User types, roles, and privileges for more information.
ArcGIS Parcel Fabric
The parcel fabric provides a comprehensive framework for managing, editing, and sharing parcel data in ArcGIS Enterprise. In a multiuser environment, the parcel fabric can be edited and maintained using a services-based architecture. A services-based architecture allows you to share the parcel fabric across platforms (desktop, mobile, and web), and different workflows can be enabled on different clients in the field and in the office.
To use the parcel fabric with ArcGIS Enterprise, your organization members must be assigned a license for the ArcGIS Parcel Fabric user type extension. This user type extension is included in the GIS Professional Standard and GIS Professional Advanced user types and can be included as an add-on for user types with at least the capability to view and edit data, such as Field Worker, Editor, Creator, and GIS Professional Basic user types.
For more information about using the parcel fabric in ArcGIS Pro, see the parcel fabric help.
ArcGIS Utility Network
The utility network provides a comprehensive framework of functionality for modeling electric, gas, water, and other utilities. Using the multiuser model, you can edit and maintain a utility network using a services-based architecture to allow sharing across platforms (desktop, mobile, and web).
To use the utility network, your organization members must be assigned a license for the ArcGIS Utility Network user type extension. This user type extension is included in the GIS Professional Standard and GIS Professional Advanced user types and can be included as an add-on for all other user types.
For more information about using the utility network in ArcGIS Pro, see the utility network help.
ArcGIS Workflow Manager
ArcGIS Workflow Manager Server is a scalable enterprise workflow management system introduced at 10.8.1 that automates and simplifies many aspects of performing and managing GIS and non-GIS work in an organization.
To use ArcGIS Workflow Manager services and the Workflow Manager web app, your organization members must be assigned a license for the ArcGIS Workflow Manager user type extension. This user type extension can be included as an add-on license for all user types.
For more information about using ArcGIS Workflow Manager, see the Workflow Manager help.