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To view an application or front panel remotely using LabVIEW, you must first configure the server. Complete the following steps to configure the server so a client computer can view a front panel remotely using LabVIEW.
|Tip For VIs that will be viewed or controlled remotely, create as small front panels as possible. The Web Server uses more system resources to load and display large front panel images than small front panel images, which can slow the execution of the VI itself.|
Complete the following steps if you are on a client computer and want to view a front panel remotely using LabVIEW.
|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.|
To completely close your connection to the Web Server running on the server computer, click the close glyph on the LabVIEW window border.
|Note The server computer managing remote front panels must have the LabVIEW Full or Professional Development System or must build the front panels into a stand-alone application. Clients can use any LabVIEW development system to view and control those front panels remotely.|
You also can use the Application methods to open a connection and request control of a remote front panel programmatically.