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Acquiring Labview 2014 or 2018

The media required to install Labview 2014 and 2018 can be found on https://software.stevens.edu. Please download the required files to a local computer before starting installation.
  • Please check with your professor on which version to use for their course.
  • Folder: Labview 2014 and Labview 2019


This software is for use only by undergraduate students and faculty teaching the undergraduate courses who require LabView for their course work. We recommend downloading the software first before connecting to the Stevens VPN to connect to the Labview license servers, which are also available if you are on campus.


Installing Labview

1. Open https://software.stevens.edu and click on Windows Software at the top menu bar. Click on the Labview folder.

2. You will see versions for 2014 and 2018 listed. Click Download to download the specific folder to your computer. If you are unsure of which version to use, please check with your professor on which version they are teaching for your specific course.

3. Press Next.

4. Enable all the components in the list to be installed EXCEPT the foreign language packs and Report Generation Toolkit, Database Connectivity Toolkit, Datafinder Toolkit and Multicore Analysis and Sparse Matrix Toolkit. Then press Next to proceed.

5. Uncheck Search then press Next to proceed.

6. Leave the serial number blank. Press Next to proceed.

7. Leave the default installation folder in place unless you need to install to a specific folder or drive on your computer. Press Next to proceed.

8. Again leave the default installation folders in place unless you need to install to a specific folder or drive on your computer. Press Next to proceed.

9. Check I accept the above License Agreements. Then press Next to proceed.

10. Again check I accept the above License Agreements. Then press Next to proceed.

11. Make sure Always trust software from... is checked. Then press Next to proceed.

12. Press Next to proceed.

13. The installer will alert you that disc 2 is required. Press the ... button to browse the installation folder.

14. Browse to and select the disc 2 folder. Press the Select button to continue. You will also be prompted for disc 3disc 4 and Device Drivers. Again browse to and select the requested "disc" from the installation folder to continue the installation.

15. Press Next to proceed.

16. Press Next to proceed.

17. Check I accept the License Agreement then press Next to proceed.

18. Press Next to proceed.

19. Press Next to proceed.

20. Press Next to proceed.

21. Press Next to proceed.

22. You can choose to participate in the customer improvement program. Press Ok to proceed. The installation is complete. Though the product still needs to configured with the Stevens license server (see the next section of this article). Your computer may need to restart at this point.

Configuring the Labview License Server

Step 1- Opening NI License Manager

  • On your Computer, hit the Start button in the bottom left.
  • Select All Programs and click on National Instruments.
  • Select NI License Manager.

Step 2- NI License Manager Preferences

  • In the NI License Manager window select the Options tab in the top left and then select Preferences.

Step 3- Adding the Server

  • A Preferences window should have appeared.
  • Check off the box next to Use Network License Servers.
  • In the blank text box enter the following lm1server.campus.stevens-tech.edu
  • Select OK.

Using the Program from Off Campus

To use Labview from off campus you must be connected to the campus network via VPN.

Details

Article ID: 1129
Created
Fri 2/28/14 6:43 PM
Modified
Fri 1/24/20 3:37 PM