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    NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection 2015F1 自动检测视觉生成器VBAI2015F1 LabVIEW2016版适用
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    Product Line: Vision Software
    Version: 2015 f1
    Release date: 08-01-2016
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    NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection 2015 f1 Readme
    May 2016
    This file contains important information about National Instruments Vision Builder for Automated Inspection and is organized into the following sections:
    System Requirements
    Installation Instructions
    Automating the Installation of NI Products
    Activation Instructions
    New Features
    Updates and Improvements
    Remote Target Support
    Software Requirements for Migrating an Inspection to LabVIEW
    PC-Based Image Acquisition and I/O Support
    Known Issues
    Additional Resources
    Using NI Software with Microsoft Windows 10
    Using NI Software with Microsoft Windows 8.x
    NI Software Support for Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003
    Legal Information
    Refer to the Machine Vision Web site at ni.com/vision for the latest information about the NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection.
    System Requirements
    To configure inspections using Vision Builder AI, the host machine must meet the following requirements:
    MinimumRecommended
    ProcessorPentium 4/M or equivalentCore Duo or equivalent
    Memory512 MB RAM1 GB RAM
    Display1,024 × 768 resolution video adapter with a 24- or 32-bit display1,280 × 1,024 resolution video adapter with a 24- or 32-bit display
    Operating System
    • Windows 10
    • Windows 8.1 (32- and 64-bit)
    • Windows 7 SP1 (32- and 64-bit)
    • Windows Vista (32- and 64-bit)
    • Windows XP SP3 (32-bit)
    • Windows Server 2012 R2 (64-bit)
    • Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit)
    • Windows Server 2003 R2 (32-bit)
    Browser
    Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
    Hard Disk Space
    1 GB
    Installation Instructions
    Complete the following steps to install Vision Builder AI:
    Note: You must be logged in with administrator privileges to install Vision Builder AI.
    • Insert the Vision Builder AI DVD into your DVD-ROM drive. If the DVD does not run automatically, open Windows Explorer, right-click the DVD drive icon, and select AutoPlay.
    • Select Install Vision Builder for Automated Inspection on the National Instruments Vision Builder for Automated Inspection screen.
    • Vision Builder AI prompts you to enter your user information. Select one of the following options:
      • Install this product using the following serial number
      • Install this product for evaluation
      If you choose to enter a serial number, enter the serial number found on your Certificate of Ownership card. Vision Builder AI automatically uses this serial number when you run the NI Activation Wizard.
    • Continue to follow the instructions on the screen.
    Automating the Installation of NI Products
    You can automate the installation of most NI products using command-line arguments to suppress some or all of the installer user interface and dialog boxes. However, starting with the August 2012 releases (products using NI Installers version 3.1 or later), you may need to perform additional steps before or during a silent installation of NI software.
    If the NI product you are installing uses Microsoft .NET 4.0, the .NET installer may run before any NI software installs and may require a reboot before the installation of NI software begins. To avoid a .NET reboot, install .NET 4.0 separately before you install NI software.
    For more information, refer to the following KnowLEDgeBase articles:
    • For more information on silent installations of individual NI products, refer to KB 4CJDP38M, Automating the Installation of a Single Installer.
    • For more information on silent installations of suited NI products, such as NI Developer Suite, refer to KB 4GGGDQH0, Automating the Installation of a Suited Installer.
    • To determine what version of NI Installers your product contains, refer to KB 4CJDR18M, How Can I Determine the Type and Version of My National Instruments Installer?.
    Activation Instructions
    If you do not activate a valid license, Vision Builder AI runs in evaluation mode and continues to prompt you to activate a license on each launch. At the end of the evaluation period you must activate a Vision Builder AI license to continue using the product.
    Note: While Vision Builder AI is in Evaluation mode, all features are available except Migrate Inspection to LabVIEW.
    Complete the following steps to activate the Vision Builder AI license:
    • Launch Vision Builder AI.
    • Click Yes when prompted to activate Vision Builder AI.
    • Ensure that Automatically activate through a secure Internet connection is selected, and click Next.
    • Enter your serial number, and click Next.
    • Enter your registration information, and click Next.
    • You can enter an email address to receive a copy of the activation code for your records.
    New Features
    The following list describes the new features in Vision Builder AI 2015 f1:
    • Industrial Controller Support
      • Vision Builder AI now supports the IC-3171 and IC-3172 industrial controllers.
    • Hardware-based Precision Time Protocol (PTP) / IEEE 1588-2008 Support
      • Hardware-based Precision Time Protocol (PTP), also known as IEEE 1588-2008, is supported on IC-3171, IC-3172 and IC-3173 real-time targets.
    The following list describes the new features in Vision Builder AI 2015:
    • Flat Field Correction Step
      • This step corrects for intensity variations due to lighting and lens non-uniformity.
    • Color Palette Support
      • This step allows you to select predefined or user-defined color palettes within inspection steps to display 8- and 16-bit images.
    • Industrial Controller Support
      • Vision Builder AI now supports the IC-3120, IC-3121, and IC-3173 industrial controllers.
    • Software-based Precision Time Protocol (PTP) / IEEE 1588-2008 Support
      • Software-based Precision Time Protocol (PTP), also known as IEEE 1588-2008, is supported on CVS-1458RT, CVS-1459RT, IC-3120, and IC-3121 targets.
    • Embedded UI Support
      • The Inspection Interface can be displayed using the Embedded UI on Linux RT targets. This allows you to use an HMI to load, run, and interact with your inspections.
    Updates and Improvements
    The following list describes the changes and enhancements to existing features in Vision Builder AI 2015:
    • Network Drive Mounting
      • Mounting network drives is supported from Linux RT targets for faster and more convenient data logging and image logging than FTP.
    • Vision Assistant Step Improvements
      • Support added for setting bit-depth of 16-bit images.
      • The Geometry step's Rotation operation provides access to previous measurements for the Angle.
      • The Geometry step's Rotation operation allows you to maintain the image size after rotation.
      • The Operator and Color Operator steps provide access to previous measurements for the Constant.
      • The Image Buffer step provides access to the Variable Manager to create new image variables.
    • Network Trigger Support
      • Network triggering is added for Gige Vision cameras that support action commands and are attached to a PCIe-8237R, CVS-1457RT, CVS-1458, CVS-1458RT, IC-3120, or IC-3173.
    • Ethernet/IP Improvements
      • Custom tags are now global and can be configured in the Communication Device Manager.
      • Support added for SLC-500 and CIP messaging types.
      • Support added for arrays of previous measurements.
      • Support added for access to previous measurements from other states.
    • Ethernet/IP Server Improvements
      • Support added for adding custom descriptions to register settings.
      • Support added for customizing available registers.
      • Support added for arrays of previous measurements.
      • Support added for access to previous measurements from other states.
    • Simulate Acquisition Step Improvements
      • Support added for reading extra information embedded in PNG files.
      • Support added for setting bit-depth for read files.
    • Using Contour ROI Measurements from the Measure Intensity Step in the Results Manager
      • The Measure Intensity step supports saving an array of intensity values from an open contour ROI (e.g. line, broken line, freehand line).
    • 16-bit Auto-Threshold Support
      • The Threshold Image, Detect Object, and Count Pixels steps support the use of 16-bit auto-threshold methods.
    • Calculator Step Improvements
      • Support added for numeric conversion functions and data manipulation.
    • Run LabVIEW VI Step Improvements
      • ROIs can be passed as input into the Run LabVIEW VI step.
      • The UI window for the Run LabVIEW VI Step supports resizing.
      • Support added for updating inspection variables from the Run LabVIEW VI step.
    • Overlay Step Improvements
      • Overlays can be added or removed conditionally.
      • The width of overlays can be adjusted in the Custom Overlay step.
      • Measurement results from other inspection states can be used for overlays in the current state.
    Fixed Issues
    The following list describes issues in previous versions of the NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection that are fixed in this update. If you have a CAR ID, you can search this list to validate that the issue has been fixed. This is not an exhaustive list of issues fixed in the current version of the NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection.
    IDFixed Issue
    562981On real-time targets, timestamp metadata from acquired images may have the UTC offset incorrectly applied to them.
    572339You must install Industrial Controller Device Drivers to discover industrial controller targets in LabVIEW projects and to access their shared variables.
    576529Vision Builder AI can sometimes hang when exiting the Calculator step.
    577667Geometry step results may be mismatched when referring to missing measurements from a previous step.
    583042Network drive mounting on Linux RT targets is not successful if /mnt folder does not exist.
    587709The Detect Defects step returns a larger defect area than expected when regions to ignore are added to the template and then later removed.
    591218You cannot set a password for Configuration Interface access.
    The following list describes issues in previous versions of the NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection that are fixed in the previous release. If you have a CAR ID, you can search this list to validate that the issue has been fixed. This is not an exhaustive list of issues fixed in the current version of the NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection.
    IDFixed Issue
    353860In the Calculator step, the AltGr key cannot be used to input symbols into a formula node.
    429533Color calibrated images are converted to monochrome when saved to file.
    507095,
    570862
    The Run LabVIEW VI step sometimes shows a dialog to update other steps in cases where it is not needed.
    518331The 1D Barcode step does not handle the Validate option correctly when multiple barcode types are used in a single step. Some types do not support validation.
    520201The Run LabVIEW VI step does not let you set a latched Boolean.
    523349The Read/Write Variables to INI File step can sometimes swap values for variables with similar names.
    527484The Run LabVIEW VI step sometimes does not update references when files have changed on the disk since last load.
    538617Image acquisition timeout received when multiple states in the inspection contain acquisition steps with different window sizes or positions.
    541229The Run LabVIEW VI step does not allow you to use relative paths when the only common portion of the path is the root of the drive.
    542652Inspections do not give a save prompt when migrated between 32-bit and 64-bit instances of Vision Builder AI.
    542944Setting a password on a CVS-1457RT blocks access to the target from 64-bit Vision Builder AI applications.
    545859In the Acquire Image step, the camera name as seen in MAX is not visible when selecting cameras.
    549194After generating LabVIEW VIs with Vision RIO steps, the hardware state is not properly reflected in the Vision RIO test panel.
    552394The transition dialog for a state does not allow you to select a specific numeric value greater than 0 if the dialog was using a previous measurement result as the comparison value.
    552682System images created for Linux RT-based Compact Vision Systems cannot be redeployed to those targets.
    552910The Run LabVIEW VI step does not fail after you rename indicators which are used to set inspection variables.
    553921In the Calculator step, controls placed inside a structure do not correctly pass on their values.
    563565The context help window can get stuck in a state where it fails to close when expected or to update its content.
    564701The system variable Memory Usage reports 0 MB on RT targets.
    565038,
    565142
    Extracting part of a calibrated image can return negative areas for particles.
    565352A VI resetting dialog is sometimes shown when closing Vision Builder AI.
    568678The system variable Device Name does not get properly set on Linux RT targets.
    568683Linux RT targets sometimes show inconsistent IP addresses between the Global Variable Manager and the targets' Network Configuration dialog.
    568943Large inspections can sometimes return that an error occurred at an unidentified location.
    569019Custom steps using advanced math cannot run on Linux RT targets.
    569425The NI-DAQmx I/O Test Panel and Monitor cannot set the radix representation (decimal or hexadecimal) of the output port's value.
    569638Keyboard shortcuts which close VI diagram windows can accidentally be used in the Calculator step and Custom Inspection Interface in 64-bit instances of Vision Builder AI.
    569658Some Vision Assistant steps which modify images incorrectly restrict you from changing the ROI in subsequent steps.
    570861Migrating the Run LabVIEW VI step from a previous version of Vision Builder AI returns an error regarding copying files to nonexistent paths.
    571282The FTP server is not available for use on Linux RT targets. To use this feature in Vision Builder AI 2015, you must install a recommended software set for Vision Builder AI to the target from MAX, and select the Legacy FTP Server as an optional add-on.
    574248When modifying execution flow, copies of other steps can unexpectedly replace inspection steps.
    National Instruments Device SupportWindows-Based Device Support
    You can use Vision Builder AI to configure and control the following Windows-based National Instruments devices:
    • NI CVS-1458 and 1459 Compact Vision Systems
    • NI EVS-1463 and 1464 Embedded Vision Systems
    • NI IC-3120, 3121, 3171, 3172, and 3173 Industrial Controllers
    Remote Target Support
    You can use Vision Builder AI to remotely configure and control a supported remote target. Vision Builder AI supports the following remote targets:
    • NI 1712, 1732, 1752, 1754, and 177x Smart Cameras
    • NI CVS-1457RT, 1458RT, and 1459RT Compact Vision Systems
    • NI EVS-1463RT and 1464RT Embedded Vision Systems
    • NI IC-3120, 3121, 3171, 3172, and 3173 Industrial Controllers
    To use Vision Builder AI with a remote target, you must use Vision Builder AI to configure the remote target. For more information about using Vision Builder AI to configure the remote target, refer to the documentation included with the remote target.
    Note: National Instruments recommends using WebDAV to transfer files to and from a real-time target. For more information on using WebDAV to transfer files to and from a remote target, go to ni.com/info and enter the Info Code WebDAVTransfer.
    The following table illustrates when a remote target requires you to install driver software on the development computer.
    Remote Target or Camera
    Connected to a Remote Target
    Requires Driver Software Installed
    on Development Computer
    NI Smart Camera
    No
    IEEE 1394
    No
    GigE Vision
    No
    Camera Link
    Yes
    Note: To acquire images from a Camera Link camera attached to a NI EVS-1463RT device, you must use MAX to associate a camera file with the camera. For information about how to associate a camera file with a Camera Link camera connected to a remote target, visit ni.com/info and enter the info code rtcamerafile.
    Deprecated Devices
    Vision Builder AI no longer provides support for the following devices:
    DeviceLast Version of
    Vision Builder AI Supported
    NI 1762, and 1764 Smart Cameras
    2011 SP1
    NI CVS-1454, 1455, and 1456 Compact Vision Systems
    2011 SP1
    NI 1722, 1742, 1744 Smart Cameras
    2013 SP1
    Note: Vision Builder AI 2015 is the last version which will support both Windows-based and real-time Embedded Vision Systems.
    Software Requirements for Migrating an Inspection to LabVIEW
    To migrate an inspection to LabVIEW, Vision Builder AI 2015 requires LabVIEW 2015 or later and NI Vision Development Module 2015 or later.
    Some Vision Builder AI steps require additional software to successfully migrate an inspection to LabVIEW.
    • OPC UA requires the Datalogging and Supervisory Control Module for LabVIEW.
    • Ethernet/IP or Ethernet/IP adapter require NI-Industrial Communications for Ethernet/IP.
    Refer to the following table for software requirements to migrate specific steps. Driver versions must support the target version of LabVIEW for migration.
    Step NameRequirement
    Acquire ImageNI-IMAQ
    Acquire Image (IEEE 1394, GigE, or USB)NI-IMAQdx
    Acquire Image (Smart Camera)NI-IMAQ (excluding NI 177x Smart Cameras)
    NI-IMAQdx (NI 177x Smart Cameras only)
    Generate PulseNI-IMAQ
    Generate Pulse (Vision RIO)NI-IMAQ I/O for PCIe-8237R and PCIe-825xR boards, Embedded Vision Systems, and Compact Vision Systems
    NI Industrial Controller Device Drivers for industrial controllers
    Read/Write I/ONI-IMAQ
    Read/Write I/O (NI-DAQmx)NI-DAQmx
    Read/Write I/O (Vision RIO)NI-IMAQ I/O for PCIe-8237R and PCIe-825xR boards, Embedded Vision Systems, and Compact Vision Systems
    NI Industrial Controller Device Drivers for industrial controllers
    Note:  NI-IMAQ, NI-IMAQdx, and NI-IMAQ I/O are available on the NI Vision Acquisition Software DVD included with Vision Builder AI. The NI Industrial Controller Device Drivers DVD is provided separately with industrial controller devices.
    Software Requirements for the Run LabVIEW VI Step
    The Run LabVIEW VI step in Vision Builder AI 2015 supports VIs saved in LabVIEW 2015 or later.

    PC-Based Image Acquisition and I/O Support
    Vision Builder AI supports the following types of image acquisition and I/O devices:
    • National Instruments image acquisition devices
    • IEEE 1394 industrial digital cameras
    • GigE Vision cameras
    • DirectShow-compatible USB cameras
    • IP cameras
    • Digital or analog I/O from NI data acquisition (DAQ) devices
    • Serial devices
    Note: You must install driver software to acquire images from an image acquisition device connected to the development computer.
    National Instruments Image Acquisition Devices
    This version of Vision Builder AI supports National Instruments image acquisition devices that require NI-IMAQ driver version 4.6.4 or later. Specific devices may require later versions.
    Note: If you are using an image acquisition device, you must install NI Vision Acquisition Software before you install the image acquisition device. NI Vision Acquisition Software gives you access to Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX), which is software you can use to configure National Instruments devices.
    IEEE 1394 Cameras, GigE Vision Cameras, DirectShow-Compatible USB Cameras, and IP Cameras
    This version of Vision Builder AI supports IEEE 1394 cameras, GigE Vision cameras, USB 3 Vision, DirectShow-compatible USB cameras, IP cameras, and requires NI-IMAQdx driver version 3.3 or later. Specific devices may require later versions.
    To acquire an image from one of these camera types when the camera is connected to the host computer, use the Acquire Image (1394, GigE, or USB) step. The Acquire Image (1394, GigE, or USB) step requires NI-IMAQdx, which can be installed from the NI Vision Acquisition Software DVD included with Vision Builder AI.
    You must configure an IEEE 1394 camera to use the NI-IMAQdx driver. Complete the following steps to use MAX to configure an IEEE 1394 camera to use the NI-IMAQdx driver.
    • Launch MAX.
    • In the MAX configuration tree, expand Devices and Interfaces to obtain a list of installed devices.
    • Expand NI-IMAQdx Devices to obtain a list of available cameras.
    • Right-click the camera and select Driver»NI-IMAQdx IIDC Digital Camera.
    NI Analog and Digital I/O Devices
    This version of Vision Builder AI supports digital and analog I/O from any National Instruments data acquisition (DAQ) device using NI-DAQmx Global Virtual Channels. To support NI DAQ devices, Vision Builder AI requires NI-DAQmx 8.0 or later.
    Serial Communication
    To support serial communication, Vision Builder AI requires NI-VISA 2.6.0 or later, which is included with Vision Builder AI. You can use the serial ports built into the PC or one of the following NI serial interfaces: NI PCI-232/x, NI PXI-8420/x, or NI PXI-8422/x. You do not need to install NI-VISA to use the serial port on a remote target.
    Deployment Policy for Vision Builder AI
    Pursuant to the National Instruments Software License Agreement, Vision Builder AI software is licensed to run on only one machine. Deployed applications that use Vision Builder AI require that Vision Builder AI be installed and licensed on each host machine. Therefore, you must purchase a separate Vision Builder AI license for each host machine. For more information, refer to the enclosed National Instruments Software License Agreement or visit ni.com/legal/license.
    Licensing Options
    Vision Builder AI offers the following licensing options:
    • Vision Builder AI Full-Featured (778649-01)—Allows full access to all Vision Builder AI features, which can be used to configure, benchmark, and deploy inspections. This license does not include the Vision Builder AI Development Toolkit.
    • Vision Builder AI Runtime (779799-03)—Allows you to deploy existing inspections to a host machine and modify the control values for steps in an inspection. This license does not allow you to add steps to or remove steps from an inspection.
    • Vision Builder AI Development Toolkit (779343-03)—Licenses only the Vision Builder AI Development Toolkit, which allows you to create custom steps for use in any Vision Builder AI application.
    Known Issues
    You can access the software and documentation known issues list online. Refer to the National Instruments Web site for an up-to-date list of known issues in the NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection.
    • The API can launch the 64-bit version of Vision Builder AI from a 32-bit C or .NET application. However, the C API is not provided for 64-bit C or .NET applications.
    • The OPC UA step is not available in 64-bit Vision Builder AI.
    • Using a TCP slave device with the Vision Builder AI API and the main Vision Builder AI application simultaneously can cause the device to stop communicating.
    • Vision Builder AI behaves unexpectedly or may not display an inspection image if the image is large and your computer is low on available memory.
    • If you configure a step to pass or fail based on pixel distances and subsequently calibrate the image, the step compares calibrated values against pixel-based limits.
    • If you lose connection and reconnect to a remote target after starting an inspection in the Vision Builder AI Configuration interface, the inspection reopens in the Vision Builder Inspection interface.
    • The OCR Training Interface crashes intermittently on exit when using a character file with more than 255 samples.
    • If you drag a floating (pinned open) palette window when configuring the Calculator step, the window may turn invisible during the drag operation.

    Windows Firewall
    If you are using the Windows Firewall, you may notice the following behavior:
    • Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, or Windows XP with Service Pack 2 (SP2) or later installed
      When you launch Vision Builder AI, a dialog box may prompt you to allow Vision Builder AI to receive information over the network. Depending on your operating system, select Allow access or Unblock this program so that Vision Builder AI can communicate with your remote target.


    Additional ResourcesHow do I get started?
    Read the NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection Tutorial, which provides exercises for learning how to perform basic machine vision techniques using Vision Builder AI.
    Where can I find reference information?
    Reference information for Vision Builder AI is available from within Vision Builder AI by clicking the Show Context Help button, or selecting Start»All Programs»National Instruments»Vision Builder AI»Documentation.
    The following documents are provided with Vision Builder AI as online help:
    • NI Vision Concepts Help—Contains basic concepts of image analysis, image processing, and machine vision. This document also contains in-depth discussions about imaging functions for advanced users.
    • NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection: Configuration Help—Contains information about the Vision Builder AI Configuration interface, managing inspections and images, and creating steps for an inspection.
    • NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection: Inspection Help—Contains information about using the Vision Builder AI Inspection interface to run inspections.
    • NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection: ActiveX Component Reference Help—Contains information about the ActiveX objects available to embed Vision Builder AI inspections into ActiveX applications.
    Use the Search tab in the help files to quickly locate specific information. For information about how to use the search functionality, refer to the Using Help»Searching Help topic in the help file.
    The following documents are provides with Vision Builder AI as Adobe PDF documents:
    • Vision Builder for Automated Inspection Tutorial—Describes Vision Builder for Automated Inspection and provides step-by-step instructions for solving common visual inspection tasks, such as inspection, gauging, part presence, guidance, and counting.
    • NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection Development Toolkit Tutorial—Contains instructions for using LabVIEW to create custom steps for Vision Builder AI.
    Where can I find examples?
    Examples of common Vision Builder AI inspections are installed to the <Vision Builder AI>\Examples directory, where <Vision Builder AI> is the location to which you installed Vision Builder AI.
    Where else can I go for Vision Builder AI information?
    Visit ni.com/vision and the NI Developer Zone at ni.com/zone for the most up-to-date information about Vision Builder AI.
    Using NI Software with Microsoft Windows 10
    Microsoft Windows 10 is the latest version of the Windows operating system and features significant changes compared to previous versions. Windows 10 introduces several new capabilities and also combines features from both Windows 7 and Windows 8. For more information about NI support for Windows 10, visit ni.com/windows10.
    Using NI Software with Microsoft Windows 8.x
    When you install National Instruments software on Microsoft Windows 8.x, you will notice a few additional tiles on the Start screen, including shortcuts to NI application software products such as NI LabVIEW, Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX), and the new NI Launcher.
    Using NI Launcher
    NI Launcher helps you find and launch installed NI products. It provides you with a method of finding NI products similar to the Start menu in previous versions of Microsoft Windows. To use NI Launcher, click the NI Launcher tile on the Start screen. NI Launcher launches the desktop and opens a menu containing a list of NI products. Click any NI product to launch it.
    Note  NI MAX does not appear as a desktop shortcut when installed on Microsoft Windows 8.x. You can launch NI MAX either from the Start screen or from within NI Launcher.
    Pinning Frequently Used Applications
    For convenience, you can pin your most-used NI applications, such as MAX, to either the Start screen or the Taskbar on the desktop, as necessary:
    Current ApplicationIcon LocationPin to Action
    Windows 8.x DesktopDesktop TaskbarRight-click application and select Pin to Taskbar
    Windows 8.x DesktopStart screenRight-click application and select Pin to Start
    Windows 8.x Start screenDesktop TaskbarRight-click application and select Pin to taskbar from the menu bar on the bottom of the screen
    Finding All Programs
    If you want to find a particular application or related files, such as documentation files, from the Start screen, you can access all installed files from the Apps view. To get to the Apps view, click the down arrow on the bottom left of the screen (Windows 8.1).
    For more information about NI support for Windows 8.x, visit ni.com/windows8.
    NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection Drops Support for Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 in 2016
    Vision Builder for Automated Inspection will drop support for Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 as of July 1, 2016. Versions of Vision Builder for Automated Inspection that ship after July 1, 2016 will not install or run on Windows Vista, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003. For detailed information about NI application software product life cycles, visit ni.com/info and enter one of the following Info Codes:
    ProductInfo Code
    NI LabVIEWlifecycle
    NI LabWindows&#8482;/CVI&#8482;cvi_lifecycle
    NI Measurement Studiomstudiolifecycle
    NI TestStandtslcp
    NI DIAdemddlcp
    NI SignalExpressselcp
    NI VeriStandnivslifecycle

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