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    NI TestStand 2021 Win32ENG NI测试序列管理软件TS2021离线安装版下载

    TestStand是一款旨在帮助测试和验证工程师快速构建和部署自动化测试系统的应用软件。自TestStand2010版开始,TS版本号由数字改为年代版本。自TestStand2014版开始,增加TS64位版本。
    TestStand是一款可立即运行的测试管理软件,可帮助您快速开发自动化测试和验证系统。您可以使用TestStand来开发、执行和部署测试系统软件。还可以通过在TestStand中开发测试序列来扩展系统的功能,这些测试序列可集成使用任何编程语言编写的代码模块。TestStand还为报告生成、数据库记录以及与其他企业系统的连接提供了可扩展的插件。您可以使用易用的操作界面将测试系统部署到生产环境中。

    TestStand 2021
    发布日期
    2021/8/19
    包含的版本
    2021 32bit
    受支持的操作系统
    Windows 10 64-bit
    Windows Server 2016 64-bit
    Windows Server 2019 64-bit
    语言
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    NI TestStand 2021 Readme
    August 2021
    This file contains installation instructions and compatibility information for NI TestStand 2021.
    You can find more release information on ni.com.
    • TestStand Release Notes: Known issues, bugs fixed since the last release, and other notes about this release
    • TestStand Manuals: New features, behavior changes, and other documentation

    System Requirements
    Supported Operating Systems
    Supported Microsoft Software
    Application Software Support
    Activating TestStand Licenses
    Installation Instructions
    Migrating to the Current Version of TestStand
    Product Security and Critical Updates
    New Features
    Behavior Changes
    Accessing the Help
    Finding Examples
    Automating the Installation of NI Products
    Using NI Software with Microsoft Windows 10
    Unsupported Windows Operating Systems
    Additional TestStand Resources
    Legal Information

    System Requirements
    NI recommends the system requirements described in the following table to run TestStand 2021.
    Requirement
    Recommended
    Minimum
    ProcessorPentium G1 or equivalentPentium 4/M or equivalent
    Memory2GB1 GB
    Disk space for TestStand (32- or 64-bit)1 GB
    Disk space for Microsoft .NET Framework version 4.6.2, if not already installed2.5 GB
    Disk space for device drivers from the NI Device Drivers DVDAmount of space required varies depending on the drivers you install. Install only the drivers necessary for the hardware you use.
    Video adapter1366 x 768 or higher1024 x 768 resolution
    Note  NI recommends that you install Microsoft Hotfix 2588507 for 64-bit Windows operating systems. Visit ni.com/info and enter the Info Code mshotfix for more information about Microsoft Hotfix 2588507.
    Supported Operating Systems
    Use the Microsoft Windows operating systems and service packs described in the following table with TestStand 2021. You can run 32-bit TestStand 2021 on 64-bit Windows operating systems, as shown in the following table. 64-bit TestStand 2021 requires a 64-bit version of Windows 10 or Windows Server 2016 or later.
    Operating System
    Edition
    Service Pack (or equivalent)
    Comments
    Windows 10 (64 bit)Professional, Enterprise, Enterprise LTSC 2019Build 2004, 1809For more information about NI support for Windows 10, visit ni.com/windows10.
    Windows Server 2016 (64-bit)Enterprise
    Windows Server 2019 (64-bit)Enterprise
    Note  Refer to Unsupported Windows Operating Systems for more information about support for Microsoft Windows OSes.
    Note  TestStand no longer supports Windows Vista/XP/7/8.x, Windows Server 2003/2008/2012, or any 32-bit Windows operating system. TestStand 2021 will not install or run on an unsupported OS. You cannot deploy or distribute applications that use TestStand 2021 to an unsupported OS. Additionally, after installing TestStand 2021, you cannot use any installers built on this computer with any version of LabVIEW, LabWindows™/CVI™, NI TestStand™, or Measurement Studio on an unsupported OS.
    For more information about the changes to our OS support, visit https://www.ni.com/r/win32bitsupport.
    Note  NI recommends that you install Microsoft Hotfix 2588507 for 64-bit Windows operating systems. Visit ni.com/info and enter the Info Code mshotfix for more information about Microsoft Hotfix 2588507.
    Supported Microsoft Software
    Use the following Microsoft software with TestStand 2021:
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer 11, 10, 9, or 8
      Note  Features such as graph control are supported only in Internet Explorer 11.
    • Microsoft Visual Studio 2019, 2017, or 2015 (Visual Studio 2013 and earlier are not supported.)
    • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6.2
    TestStand includes features that automate Visual Studio for debugging, generating, and editing code module source code. Visual Studio Community Editions do not support these features.
    The .NET and Microsoft Foundation Class (MFC) examples include projects and solutions created in Visual Studio 2013.
    Application Software Support
    TestStand 2021 provides full support for the following application software versions, including service packs. If you are not using NI application software, refer to Microsoft Visual Studio Support.
    Supported NI Software for 32-bit TestStand
    Software
    Versions Supported by TestStand 2021
    Allowed but not Supported
    Comments
    LabVIEW NXGNot supported
    LabVIEW (32- and 64-bit)2021, 2020 SP1, 2019 SP1, 2018 SP1,2020, 2019, 2018, 2017 SP1
    LabVIEW examples and user interfaces use files created with LabVIEW 2018 SP1.
    TestStand API support files for LabVIEW use files saved with LabVIEW 2017 SP1.
    TestStand 32-bit supports calling 32-bit VIs using LabVIEW 32-bit RTE, and 32- and 64-bit VIs using the LabVIEW ADE.
    LabWindows™/CVI™2020, 2019, 2017, 2015 SP1Earlier versions of LabWindows™/CVI™
    LabWindows™/CVI™ examples, user interfaces, and API use files created with LabWindows™/CVI™ 2015 SP1.
    TestStand 32-bit supports calling only 32-bit code modules.
    NI Switch Executive2015, 3.6, 3.5
    Requirements Gateway2018, 2014, 2012
    SystemLink
    Supported NI Software for 64-bit TestStand
    Software
    Versions Supported by TestStand 2021
    Allowed but not Supported
    Comments
    LabVIEW NXGNot supported
    LabVIEW (32- and 64-bit)2021, 2020 SP1, 2019 SP1, 2018 SP12020, 2019, 2018, 2017 SP1
    LabVIEW examples and user interfaces use files created with LabVIEW 2018 SP1.
    TestStand API support files for LabVIEW use files saved with LabVIEW 2017 SP1.
    TestStand 64-bit supports calling 64-bit VIs using LabVIEW 64-bit RTE, and 32- and 64-bit VIs using the LabVIEW ADE.
    LabWindows™/CVI™2020, 2019, 2017, 2015 SP1Earlier versions of LabWindows™/CVI™
    LabWindows™/CVI™ examples, user interfaces, and API use files created with LabWindows™/CVI™ 2015 SP1.
    TestStand 64-bit supports calling only 64-bit code modules.
    NI Measurement Studio - Visual Studio MFC Legacy SupportMeasurement Studio classes cannot be used in 64-bit applications.
    NI Switch Executive2020, 2018, 2015
    Requirements Gateway2018, 2014, 20121.1
    SystemLink
    TestStand can execute code modules developed with versions of ADEs other than the listed supported versions, but NI performs only limited testing with earlier versions of ADEs. TestStand might be able to execute code modules developed with versions of ADEs later than the listed supported versions, but NI cannot ensure support for versions released after TestStand 2021. Visit ni.com/info and enter the Info Code tslcp for more information about the TestStand life cycle policy.
    Microsoft Visual Studio Support
    TestStand 2021 supports the following Microsoft Visual Studio versions and associated programming languages.
    Programming Languages
    Visual Studio Versions Supported by TestStand 2021
    .NET Framework 4.6.2 Languages
    (Visual C#, Visual Basic .NET)
    2015, 2017, or 2019
    Note  TestStand does not support Visual Studio Community.
    Recommended Database Client Software
    Use the following recommended database client software with the database components included with TestStand:
    • Microsoft Access—(64-bit TestStand) Use the Microsoft Office 12.0 Access Database Engine OLE DB Provider. You can download this provider from the Microsoft website at www.microsoft.com.
      Note  You cannot install the Microsoft Office 12.0 Access Database Engine OLE DB Provider with 32-bit Microsoft Office. Visit ni.com/info and enter the Info Code 64TSaccdb to access the NI support article, Using Microsoft Access Databases with 64-bit TestStand, for more information about installing this provider.
    • Microsoft SQL Server—Use the SQL Server Native Client 10.0 or later or the Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server provider.
    • Oracle—Use the latest Oracle Provider for OLE DB and Oracle Client software. NI recommends Oracle Client 12c Release 1, version 12.1.0.1.0 or later. You can download the Oracle Provider from the Oracle website at www.oracle.com.
      Note NI does not recommend using the Microsoft OLE DB Provider for Oracle because it does not support all the OLE DB features TestStand requires.
      Note Oracle recommends using Oracle Provider 11.1.0.6.0 or later if you want to read 64-bit integer values stored in NUMBER columns.
    • MySQL—Use the MySQL Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) Driver 5.1 or later.
    • Sybase SQL Anywhere—Use the Adaptive Server Anywhere ODBC Driver 10.0 or later.
    Activating TestStand Licenses
    After you install TestStand, you must use the NI Activation Wizard to activate the software or initiate the evaluation period for the software.
    NI offers a variety of licenses for the different ways you can use TestStand in development and deployment applications. You can select from the following types of licenses:
    • TestStand Development System License
    • TestStand Custom Sequence Editor License
    • TestStand Debug Deployment Environment License
    • TestStand Base Deployment Engine License
    In most cases, when you first install TestStand, you activate a TestStand Development System License. Use the other licenses to activate TestStand on computers to which you deploy TestStand custom sequence editors or user interfaces you develop.
    Contact a local NI representative for more information or for questions about specific licensing needs.
    Note  If you upgrade TestStand with a service pack release by installing TestStand or a deployment that includes the TestStand Engine, the TestStand Engine on the computer becomes unlicensed. You must reactivate the license on the computer. A TestStand Development System License or a Debug Deployment Environment License must be current with the Standard Service Program (SSP) to reactivate a service pack license. You can reactivate a Custom Sequence Editor License for a service pack upgrade, even if the SSP for the original license lapsed. A TestStand Base Deployment License does not require SSP to reactivate a service pack license.
    Refer to the Licensing Options for TestStand Systems section of Chapter 1, Introduction to TestStand , of the Getting Started with TestStand manual for information about how to use the available licenses when you build a TestStand-based test solution. Use the following descriptions only as a reference for the licensing options. Visit ni.com/activate for more information about activating TestStand licenses. Visit ni.com/teststand to purchase a TestStand license.
    Note  This document does not replace the NI Software License Agreement installed in the <Program Files>\National Instruments \Shared\MDF\Legal\license\NIReleased directory.
    TestStand Evaluation Package
    When you run TestStand in Evaluation Mode, the software expires after 7 days. You can generate a User Profile at ni.com to extend the evaluation period for an additional 45 days.
    The Evaluation Mode software runs as a fully functional TestStand Development System during the evaluation period. You can activate a license at any point during or after the evaluation period.
    TestStand Development System License (777777-35)
    Activate the TestStand Development System License to develop and edit test sequences and to save sequence files within the TestStand Sequence Editor, within a TestStand custom sequence editor, or programmatically using the TestStand API. This license also grants the right to develop custom sequence editors and operator interfaces. You must have an ni.com User Profile to activate a TestStand Development System license.
    TestStand Custom Sequence Editor License (777775-35)
    Activate the TestStand Custom Sequence Editor License to develop and edit test sequences and sequence files within a custom sequence editor or programmatically using the TestStand API.
    TestStand Debug Deployment Environment License (779851-35)
    The TestStand Debug Deployment Environment License offers the most flexibility for deploying TestStand and LabVIEW-based, LabWindows/CVI-based, and Measurement Studio-based systems.
    Activate this license to install the development versions of TestStand, LabVIEW, LabWindows/CVI, Measurement Studio, and any corresponding add-on toolkits on a single test station so you can debug deployed test applications on the test station. This license grants the right to make minor edits to fix bugs in deployed test applications but does not grant the right to perform any development tasks using TestStand, LabVIEW, LabWindows/CVI, or Measurement Studio on the test station.
    You cannot activate and deactivate the TestStand Debug Deployment Environment License and reuse it on multiple computers. If you need to use a single debug license across multiple computers, contact NI for more information about the Concurrent TestStand Debug Deployment Environment License.
    TestStand Base Deployment Engine License (777774-35)
    The TestStand Base Deployment Engine License is the minimum license required for all deployed TestStand-based applications. Activate this license to deploy the TestStand Runtime, a TestStand Operator Interface, and sequence files to the single test station to which the license applies. This license does not grant the right to perform any development tasks using the TestStand Sequence Editor, a TestStand custom sequence editor, or the TestStand API.
    Installation Instructions
    Unless you specify another location during installation, the TestStand installer copies core files to <Program Files>\National Instruments\TestStand 2021.
    You cannot install TestStand 2021 over a previous version, such as TestStand 2020, and you cannot install TestStand 2021 in the default installation directory for a previous version. If you installed a previous version of TestStand in a non-default directory, you can uninstall the previous version of TestStand and install TestStand 2021 to that directory.
    Note  If you uninstall one bitness of a TestStand version, NI recommends that you use the TestStand Version Selector to reactivate the remaining bitness of that version and launch TestStand to properly register its components.
    Note  You cannot install TestStand to a network path or a mapped network path. You must install TestStand on a local computer.
    NI recommends exiting all programs before running the TestStand installer. Applications that run in the background, such as virus scanning utilities, might cause the installer to take longer than necessary to complete.
    Complete the following steps to install TestStand.
    • Log on as an administrator or as a user with administrator privileges.
    • Insert the TestStand installation media and follow the instructions that appear on the screen.
      NI recommends installing the complete TestStand program. If you perform a custom installation and do not install all the TestStand features, you can run the installation program again later to install additional features.
      Note  If you do not install some TestStand features and then you later use the standard Windows Control Panel facility for adding and removing programs to install the features, the features might not correctly register, and TestStand will display a COM error the next time you launch TestStand. This error occurs even if you restart the computer after you use the Windows Control Panel to install the features. NI recommends that you reactivate TestStand using the TestStand Version Selector after you install the features.

    Installing Additional Software Components
    Note  TestStand includes the device driver software on a DVD. If you require device driver software on CDs, visit ni.com/info and enter the Info Code drivercd.
    TestStand installs the following additional software components:
    • .NET Framework 4.6.2
    • LabVIEW 2020 Run-Time Engine (RTE)
    • LabWindows&#8482;/CVI&#8482; 2019 RTE
    • LabWindows&#8482;/CVI&#8482; SQL Toolkit 2.4
    • NI Session Manager
    • NI Update Service
    • NI License Manager
    • TestStand Version Selector
    Note  TestStand can use newer versions of the LabVIEW RTE when you install LabVIEW on a development system. You can include newer versions of the LabVIEW RTE in deployments using the Drivers and Components dialog box of the TestStand Deployment Utility. Refer to the TestStand Help for more information about the Drivers and Components dialog box.
    The NI Device Driver DVD contains the following suggested components:
    • NI Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX)
    • Interchangeable Virtual Instrument (IVI) Compliance Package (ICP)
    To use IVI, download and install IVI-compliant drivers from the Instrument Driver Network, located at ni.com/devzone/idnet.
    Installing Multiple Versions of TestStand on the Same Computer
    You can install TestStand 2021 on a computer that contains a previous TestStand version, but you cannot install TestStand 2021 over a previous TestStand version. You cannot install TestStand 2021 in the default installation directory for a previous version of TestStand. For example, TestStand 2021 does not install in <Program Files>\National Instruments \TestStand 2020 . If you installed a previous version of TestStand in a non-default directory, you can uninstall the previous version of TestStand and install TestStand 2021 to that directory.
    Using the TestStand Version Selector
    The TestStand Version Selector application indicates the active version of TestStand and can activate a different version of TestStand. Although you can install more than one version of TestStand on a computer, only one version of TestStand can be active and can run at a time.
    The TestStand Version Selector application, TSVerSelect.exe, is located in the <Program Files>\National Instruments\Shared\TestStand Version Selector directory. To launch the TestStand Version Selector, select Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;TestStand Shared&#187;TestStand Version Selector.
    The Current Active Version control shows the currently active version of TestStand. Select a version in the Installed TestStand versions control and click the Make Active button to activate a specific version of TestStand. The Path where 32-bit version is installed and Path where 64-bit version is installed controls show the locations of the selected version of TestStand. When activation is complete, the selector displays a message to indicate success or display any warnings. Click the Launch 32-bit or Launch 64-bit button to run the sequence editor application for the active version of TestStand.
    If you activate TestStand 2021 and run a TestStand User Interface from a previous TestStand version, the user interface uses the TestStand 2021 Engine, step types, and components. If you activate a previous TestStand version and run a TestStand 2021 User Interface or the sequence editor, those applications do not function correctly.
    Note  The TestStand Version Selector does not typically require administrator privileges to activate a specific version of TestStand on Microsoft Windows 10. To require administrator privileges for using the TestStand Version Selector, add the /reqadmin command-line option to the selector shortcut.
    Refer to the TestStand Help for more information about using the TestStand Version Selector.
    Migrating to the Current Version of TestStand
    If you are upgrading from TestStand 2010 or later, you can use the TestStand Migration Utility to migrate customizations and configuration settings from the earlier version of TestStand. You can also upgrade manually. Visit ni.com/info and enter the Info Code tsmigrate for more information about migrating to the current version of TestStand, including information about tasks you need to perform to upgrade manually from TestStand 4.2.1 or earlier.
    You can also migrate from 32-bit TestStand 2021 to 64-bit TestStand 2021 or from 64-bit TestStand 2021 to 32-bit TestStand 2021. Refer to the Cross-Bitness Migration section of this document for more information about migrating to or from 64-bit TestStand 2021.
    Migrating from TestStand 2010 or Later Using the TestStand Migration Utility
    Complete the following steps to use the TestStand Migration Utility to copy settings, configuration, and public component files from the directories of TestStand 2010 or later to the current version of TestStand.
    • Launch the TestStand Migration Utility.
      (Windows 10) Select Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;TestStand&#187;Tools&#187;Compatibility&#187;TestStand Migration Utility.
      If you have more than one version of TestStand installed on the computer, the utility launches a dialog box in which you can specify the previous version of TestStand from which you want to migrate.
      Note  When you migrate from TestStand 2010 SP1 or TestStand 2010 to the current version of TestStand, the utility migrates the report and database options to the format for result processing configuration options for the current version of TestStand. Refer to the TestStand Help for more information about the using the TestStand Migration Utility. Visit ni.com/info and enter the Info Code tsmigrate for more information about using the utility to migrate result processing configuration options.
    • Select the previous version of TestStand.
      The utility checks the computer for all the files you can migrate to determine whether the files have changed since installation. The utility launches a status indicator dialog box during this process. When the utility finishes checking the files for changes, the utility main window launches.
    • Use the Files to Copy control to select the files you want to copy.
      By default, the utility selects files you added or modified in the previous version of TestStand.
    • Expand the directories in the Files to Copy control to view the files you can migrate and whether those files have changed since installation.
      The Conflicts column includes any conflicts that might affect the migration of the files you specify.
      Note   The utility overwrites any file you create or modify in the current version of TestStand if the file also exists in the corresponding directory of the previous version of TestStand and if you select the file in the Files to Copy control. Although the utility creates a backup copy of all overwritten files, verify that the utility will not overwrite any files you intend to keep in the version of TestStand to which you are migrating.
    • Click Migrate Files to begin the migration.
      When the migration completes successfully, the utility generates a text file report that contains the results of the migration, including where the utility stored the file backups and which files were moved.
      Note  Consider the following behavior when using the TestStand Migration Utility:

      • The utility only moves files and does not update any other information or settings, such as registry keys.
      • If the <TestStand Public>\Components directory of the previous version of TestStand includes files installed by an installer other than the TestStand installer, you might need to use that specific installer to move the files for the files to function and uninstall properly from the <TestStand Public>\Components directory of TestStand 2021.
        NI recommends that you use an installer that targets TestStand 2021 to install any such components instead of using the utility to copy the components. However, some installed components can function properly when copied to another directory and are safe to migrate with the utility.
      • The Migration Utility does not copy files in the <TestStand>\Examples, <TestStand>\Tutorial, or <TestStand>\AdapterSupport directories. These directories do not appear in the Files to Migrate column of the utility.

    Migrating TestStand 2010 SP1 or Earlier Result Processing Options to the Current Version of TestStand
    The TestStand 2012 or later process models include significant changes to implement a plug-in architecture for model sequence files. TestStand 2012 or later uses the plug-in mechanism to decouple result processing from the process models. As part of this change, the result processing options move from the TestStandModelReportOptions.ini and TestStandDatabaseOptions.ini files into a single ResultProcessing.cfg file, located in the <TestStand Application Data>\Cfg directory, that stores configuration information for all result processing model plug-ins.
    The result processing options files from TestStand 2010 SP1 or earlier are not compatible with TestStand 2012 or later process models. Refer to the Process Model Result Processing Plug-in Architecture section of the TestStand 2012 New Features topic in the TestStand Help for more information about the TestStand 2012 or later process models. Refer to the Using the Legacy Model Switcher Tool section of the TestStand 2012 New Features topic in the TestStand Help for more information about using the Legacy Model Switcher tool to use the equivalent legacy TestStand 2010 process models.
    The following table describes the migration actions you can select in the TestStand Migration Utility to migrate the result processing configuration options from TestStand 2010 SP1 or earlier to the current version of TestStand.
    Note  The utility does not support migrating the configuration files from TestStand 2010 SP1 or earlier if you modified the ReportOptions or DatabaseOptions data types defined in the default process models.
    Migration Action
    Description
    Apply to new modelsCreates a new configuration in a configuration set named Migrated from TestStand <Version>. The utility automatically selects a unique name for the configuration if the utility has already used the default name in a previously completed migration. Refer to the migration report for the specific configuration names the utility uses.
    Apply to legacy modelsCopies the options files from TestStand 2010 SP1 or earlier to the current TestStand directory so you can use the previous configurations with the equivalent legacy TestStand 2010 process models in the current version of TestStand. When you migrate database options, the utility renames TestStandDatabaseOptions.ini to TestStandDatabaseSchemas.ini.
    Apply to new and legacy modelsAdds a new configuration in the Migrated from TestStand <Version> configuration set and copies the options files from a previous version of TestStand.
    If you are upgrading from TestStand 4.2.1 or earlier, you can manually migrate result processing options for use with TestStand 2012 or later process models or the equivalent legacy TestStand 2010 process models. Visit ni.com/info and enter Info Code tsmigrate for more information about manually migrating result processing options to TestStand 2021.
    Product Security and Critical Updates
    Visit ni.com/security to view and subscribe to receive security notifications about NI products. Visit ni.com/critical-updates for information about critical updates from NI.
    New FeaturesSweep Loop Step Enhancements
    TestStand 2021 expands the functionality of the existing Sweep Loop step. These updates include the following changes:
    • Create nested and parallel sweeps of parameters by changing the level of one or more parameters in a Sweep Loop step.
    • TestStand automatically creates a variable when you specify a parameter name.
    • Choose between Static and Dynamic mode to specify whether values for a Strategy are specified using constants or expressions.
    • Use the Table View to interact with values and test vectors resulting from a sweep across selected parameters at edit time and run time. Functionality includes the ability to enable or disable, filter, and export test vectors.
    • At execution time, the Table View displays captured data as well as the parameters in the Sweep Loop step.
    • Import and export parameter and test vector data to or from a CSV file.
    Behavior Changes
    When you build an installer in TestStand, the default name of the executable changed from setup.exe to install.exe. This behavior change may have potential impact to post-build processes that rely on the setup.exe name. To specify a different name for the executable, use the Installer name option on the Product Information page of the Installer Properties dialog box.
    Configuring TestStand files to save using the INI file format was deprecated in TestStand 2019. Saving files in the INI file format will be deprecated in a future release of TestStand. In TestStand 2019 and later, the following user interfaces now restrict you to selecting only the XML or binary formats:
    • The File Format Options dialog box displayed when you select the File tab of the Station Options dialog box.
    • The General tab of the Sequence File Properties dialog box displayed when you select Edit&#187;Sequence File Properties in the Sequence Editor.
    • The Update Sequence Files tool displayed when you select the Tools menu in the Sequence Editor.
      Note  If you change a file you store in an SCC system from INI (or XML) to binary, you must update the SCC system to set the file type as binary. Otherwise, the SCC provider may incorrectly process the binary content of the file as white space and produce a corrupt file.
    Accessing the Help
    Refer to the NI TestStand Help for information about TestStand 2021. You can access the NI TestStand Help in the following ways:
    • Select Help&#187;NI TestStand Help in the sequence editor.
    • (Windows 10) Select Start and launch the NI Launcher application, and select TestStand&#187;TestStand Documentation&#187;TestStand Help.
    Finding Examples
    TestStand includes a variety of example programs that you can use to help you learn key concepts or to serve as a starting point for applications you create. You can browse the examples in the following ways:
    • Open the Examples.tsw workspace file located in the <TestStand Public>\Examples directory.
    • Open an example sequence file from the subdirectories of the <TestStand Public>\Examples directory.
    Select Help&#187;Find Examples to launch the NI TestStand Example Programs Help from the TestStand Sequence Editor.
    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.
    If the NI product you are installing uses Microsoft .NET 4.6.2, 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 4.6.2 separately before you install NI software.
    For more information about automating the installation of NI products, refer to Automating an Installer in the NI Package Manager manual.
    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, refer to NI Product Compatibility for Microsoft Windows 10.
    Unsupported Windows Operating Systems
    TestStand no longer supports Windows Vista/XP/7/8.x, Windows Server 2003/2008/2012, or any 32-bit Windows operating system. Versions of this product that ship after May 1, 2021, may not install or execute correctly on these operating systems. For detailed information about NI operating system support, visit https://www.ni.com/r/win32bitsupport.
    Additional TestStand Resources
    Refer to the Technical Support page at ni.com/support and search for TestStand to access the TestStand Support website, which contains online documentation, KnowledgeBase articles, tutorials, example code, discussion forums, and other resources.

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