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Use the LabVIEW VI Server to programmatically control front panel objects, VIs, and LabVIEW, and to dynamically load, edit, and run VIs on a computer or remotely across a network. You can control browser access to the VIs and configure which VIs remote applications can control.
Complete the following steps to create a VI Server application.
|Note If you have multiple application instances open simultaneously, such as if you are working with a LabVIEW project or targets of a LabVIEW project, multiple VI Servers can be listening on different ports. Open an application reference to a specific application instance by stating the machine name and the port or service name.|
Refer to labview\examples\viserver for examples of using the VI Server.