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Complete the following steps to control an application or front panel remotely using a Web browser or LabVIEW.
|Note The application or VI you want to view must be in memory on the server computer.|
To completely close the connection to the Web Server running on the server computer, click the close glyph on the browser window or LabVIEW window border. However, if you want to release control of the front panel but maintain a connection so you can view the front panel, right-click the front panel in any open space and select Release Control of VI from the shortcut menu or right-click a front panel object, such as a graph, and select Remote Panel Client»Release Control of VI from the shortcut menu.
|Note If you want to save the data generated by a VI running on a remote computer, use DataSocket or TCP instead of remote front panels.|
You also can use the Application methods to release and request control of a remote front panel programmatically.