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This document contains the NI-Sync 14.5 known issues that were discovered before and since the release of the NI-Sync 14.5. Not every issue known to NI will appear on this list; it is intended to only show the severe and common issues.
If Set Time is called, the time will be successfully set as directed no matter what the current time reference has been set to.
Some time references, such as GPS and IRIG should not allow setting the time.
NI-Sync may use cached MAX configuration data.
If you place an NI PXI-6682 module in a slot which previously housed a different NI PXI-6682, NI-Sync will use the the MAX configuration data from the previous module.
Workaround: Set the NI PXI-6682 to recalculate the position on reboot.
The PXI-6682 and PXI-6683 may revert to using the TCXO (because Clk10 is no longer available) without notifying the user
The PXI-6682 and PXI-6683 have a protection mechanism so that if they are running off Clk10 and Clk10 disappears, the card will revert to using the TCXO, and will not hang. However, because there is no notification, users who have configured their board to run off Clk10 might unknowingly have a board running off its own TCXO.
NI-Sync real-time support may fail to install if DAQmx (Full) has previously been installed without its real-time component
Workaround: Reinstall DAQmx (Full) and ensure that real-time support has installed. Once the real-time support for DAQmx has been installed, run the NI-Sync installer to install NI-Sync's real-time support.