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Activate NI Software Using Your NI User Account www.ni.com/tutorial/54773/en/
Single Seat customers can activate their NI Software using their NI User Account. Whether they purchase the software new or register their software via My Products , you can activa...

Update Volume License Manager (VLM) 3.x to a New Version www.ni.com/tutorial/54718/en/
It just takes a few steps to convert, update or upgrade your NI Volume License Manager (VLM) from one version to another. Use these steps to ensure a successful conversion.

How to Install Add-Ons via NI Package Manager (NIPM) www.ni.com/tutorial/54221/en/
The LabVIEW NXG add-ons require you to have LabVIEW NXG pre-installed on your machine. If you do not have LabVIEW NXG, please click the button below to go to the download page. Dow...

Licensing LabVIEW NXG When on a Volume License Program www.ni.com/tutorial/54326/en/
Members of our volume licensing programs, including Volume License Agreements and Enterprise Agreements, license NI software through a Volume License Server. This type of licensing...

Main Page: Setting Up Your CompactRIO System www.ni.com/tutorial/54281/en/
This document provides a walkthrough on how to setup your CompactRIO System and perform your first measurement in LabVIEW. If you are a new user of CompactRIO Hardware & Software p...

Programmatically Creating Variables in TestStand www.ni.com/tutorial/54275/en/
There are multiple methods to create new variables in TestStand. This article will outline three main cases.

Getting Started with TestStand and Jenkins www.ni.com/tutorial/54118/en/
Jenkins is an open source automation server which is commonly used to perform Continuous Integration (CI) tasks, such as the building, testing, and delivery of an application.You m...

NI-Digital Pattern Instrument Synchronization with TestStand Semiconductor Module™ www.ni.com/tutorial/53371/en/
This tutorial demonstrates how to use the NI-TClk API to synchronize two digital pattern instruments for use on one site within the TestStand Semiconductor Module (TSM). This examp...

Configuring Your PXI System in Linux www.ni.com/tutorial/53549/en/
Use the resources below to guide you through the setup of your PXI controller in Linux. This article discusses how to identify and route trigger bus lines on your PXI backplane.

How to Create a Bootable USB Drive for a PXI Controller www.ni.com/tutorial/53478/en/
PXI embedded controllers have several boot options available. The different options available with the supported PXI embedded controllers can be found in the Knowledge Base article...