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Assemble a File package by creating a root directory that contains subdirectories, source files, and configuration files. For detailed explanation and examples of the configuration files you include in ...

To install packages from a feed, you register the feed and install it from the Packages tab. Open Package Manager and click (Settings). Select the checkbox for Show available packages and feed management ...

Use Package Manager to install, update, repair, and remove NI software. Installing NI Software Use Package Manager to install available NI software. On the BROWSE PRODUCTS tab, click a product category ...

The optional Instructions XML file you create provides Package Manager with instructions for customized execution of MSIs and executables. WinInst packages without an instructions file run all MSIs in ...

The optional Instructions XML file you create provides Package Manager with instructions for customized execution of package installation. The instructions XML file consists of a root element ...

Use the command line interface to add a package to a feed. Place the package in a directory. You can place the package either in the same source directory as the other packages in the feed or in a different ...

Assemble a Windows Installer (WinInst) package by creating a root directory that contains subdirectories, source files, and configuration files. For detailed explanation and examples of the configuration ...

Automate the unattended or silent installation of an online installer, offline installer, or Package Manager using the command line interface (CLI). To make the installation process non-interactive, include ...

Create feeds to distribute multiple packages that have dependencies on one another and consolidate package file updates in one location. Place one or more packages (.nipkg) in a single source directory. ...

You can install a single package on any system with Package Manager installed. Double click the package file to open Package Manager. Follow instructions in the installation prompt to complete installation. ...

Use the command line interface to remove a package from a feed. Open a command prompt. Change directories to the location of Package Manager. The default location is C:\Program Files\National Instruments\NI ...

Assemble a File package by creating a root directory that contains subdirectories, source files, and configuration files. For detailed explanation and examples of the configuration files you include in ...

Use the command line interface to build a package with your source files. Before you build a package, you must assemble the intended source files and subdirectories into a single directory. Open a command ...

Use the command line interface (CLI) to modify the execution of Package Manager processes. You can use the CLI for the following purposes: Silently install, update, repair, or remove NI software Build ...

To install packages from a feed, you register the feed and install it from the Packages tab. Open Package Manager and click (Settings). Select the checkbox for Show available packages and feed management ...

Use Package Manager to install, update, repair, and remove NI software. Installing NI Software Use Package Manager to install available NI software. On the BROWSE PRODUCTS tab, click a product category ...

The optional Instructions XML file you create provides Package Manager with instructions for customized execution of package installation. The instructions XML file consists of a root element ...

The optional Instructions XML file you create provides Package Manager with instructions for customized execution of MSIs and executables. WinInst packages without an instructions file run all MSIs in ...

A package is comprised of a root directory containing subdirectories, payload files, and configuration files that define the result of the package's installation on the target system. Component Details ...

To create a package using Package Manager, you gather the relevant components into a single directory and build the package using the command line interface. A package is a single compressed file that ...

To distribute packages, you can deliver individual package files to recipients, or you can create a feed to which recipients subscribe. A feed is a collection of package files that includes a manifest ...

Assemble a Relative File package by creating a root directory that contains subdirectories, source files, and configuration files. For detailed explanation and examples of the control file you include ...

The directories you create inside the data folder inform Package Manager where to install the files when you build packages. If you create a subdirectory inside a target root, Package Manager will create ...

A control file is a text file without an extension that contains metadata describing properties and relationships of the package, such as its name, version, type, and dependencies. Both File packages and ...

The following table explains potential causes for problems you may encounter while installing, updating, repairing, or removing NI software using Package Manager. Problem Potential Causes Solutions Package ...

A control file is a text file without an extension that contains metadata describing properties and relationships of the package, such as its name, version, type, and dependencies. Both File packages and ...

The directories you create inside the data folder inform Package Manager where to install the files when you build packages. If you create a subdirectory inside a target root, Package Manager will create ...

Refer to the list below to learn about new features and behaviors in Package Manager 20.7. New Features New command-line option—Use the command-line option --quiet for fully silent installation from Package ...

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