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Figure 9. NI License Information

NI License Manager
With the NI License Manager tool, you can upgrade the number of clients that can view and control a LabVIEW front panel. By default, LabVIEW includes a Remote Panel license that allows one client to view and control a front panel. If a more extensive license for multiple connections has been purchased, the NI License Manager is the tool necessary for installing and configuring this new license.

With NI License Manager, you can also check the status of the LabVIEW License Server. This License Server must be running for multiple clients to view your Remote Panel and is active by default.

Figure 10. NI License Manager


Web Server: Configuration
Another very important administrative tool is the Web Server: Configuration tool located within the Tools: Options menu in LabVIEW. You can use this tool to enable or disable the LabVIEW Web Server, specify the port to use for HTTP (default 80), enable or disable the log file, set the Web Server timeout (default 60 s), and even specify the LabVIEW Web Server root directory.

Figure 11. Web Server: Configuration

Web Server: Visible VIs
The last administration tool necessary for a complete remote laboratory solution is the Web Server: Visible VIs tool, which is accessed from the Tools: Options menu in LabVIEW. With this tool, you can specify which VIs are visible for remote viewing and what the Control Time Limit should be for each VI. The Control Time Limit (default 300 s) is the time a client can continue viewing a remote VI after another client requests access.


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