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  1. I know this is a way old post, but I was wondering if there was still the ability to call a VIPC using a batch file this way?
  2. Thank you Ashish, I tried to build the package by clicking the "Do Not Compile on Build" and got the VIPM - Product Activation window. I take that to mean that at the moment there is no way to do this without having a license for the Pro version of VIPM. Is that a correct assessment? Erich
  3. As another point of data, I even installed the internal VIPM into my LabVIEW installation and then changed all of the calls within the Public VI to use the files from the installed package and then rebuilt the Public package and got the same error. We are actively trying to search for a solution here, so I'm happy to help try some things if it helps to come to a resolution. Thanks, Erich
  4. Hello Ashish, I did just run the example and I get the same error. I am using LabVIEW 2016 and VIPM 2019.0.0 Let me know if there is anything else I can do to help solve this issue. Regards, Erich
  5. I'm wondering if any solution to this was ever found? I've run into a similar situation and am looking for solutions. Thanks, Erich
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