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  1. When you do not provide a XML file path to readXML, it pops up a file dialog. This is nice. It does not write the path of the file you have read from into the XML File path (duplicate) variable. It would be nice if it did. Thanks
  2. I can see now that the information is in the dialog pop up. For whatever reason, I thought it was about configuring tcpip ports for a transfer of data form JKI servers. The added words might be helpful. Also a couple of extra steps or some mention in the instructions (http://forums.jkisoft.com/index.php?showtopic=585) would have helped.
  3. One last thing. The instructions should say something about the need to have the tcpip port into LabView configured on both sides even if it's a local install. I was able to figure it out by the failure dialog when it timed out, but I did not realize that VIPM needed to talk to LV thru an ip port. Also, there might be firewall issues to warn about.
  4. I got it working. The trick was to click OK when the VIPM - configure LabVIEW Port dialog comes on. Even though it doesn't seem right to do this, you must anyway. How about a less confusing dialog for those who are in non-web mode? Thanks for the help.
  5. I'm using the latest version. Downloaded late this afternoon. I'm not at work so I can't check. I did everything as described in the referenced page. Up to step 4.
  6. I can't select the version because it wants to connect to the internet. I can't use File>>AddPackages since it's grayed in the files menu.
  7. I'm attempting to obtain openG as per http://forums.jkisoft.com/index.php?showtopic=585 I can's get the File>>Add Package(s) menu to work. On your non-networked computer: 4) Startup VIPM, select File>>Add Package(s) to Package List... and, browse to the "My Packages" folder on your thumb drive. Help!
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