Before going through the more advanced troubleshooting steps listed below, make sure to install LabVIEW on 32-bit instead of 64-bit. If you have a 32-bit LabVIEW installed and still experiencing the same issue, follow the steps below.VI Package Manager uses VI Server to connect with LabVIEW. An incorrect VI Server configuration may result in a timeout. For a successful connection, the LabVIEW and VI Package Manager connection protocols must be configured similarly. Follow the steps for configuring the VI Server connection in LabVIEW and in VI Package Manager listed below:Complete the following steps to configure the VI Server connection in LabVIEW.
Note: You may get an Security Warning when trying to remove entries off of your Machine Access list, as shown below:
Warning 1 occured at Security Warning When Modifying VI Server TCP/IP AccessPossible reason(s):Modifying the machine access list or the user and group access list does not affect VI Server clients that are currently connected to this TCP/IP server.To disconnect clients currently connected, disable TCP/IP access from the VI Server:Configuration page and click OK.
Complete the following steps to configure the VI Server connection in VI Package Manager.
Refer to the following dialog box for an example of a completed LabVIEW configuration:
VI Package Manager will then restart LabVIEW. When LabVIEW starts back up, the VI Package Manger will establish a connection, and you will be able to install packages.
Note: If the above steps do not work, you can also try the following:
Some important changes about fixing long lasting connection issues were made since VIPM 2012. If you are having connection problems it's highly recommended that you upgrade to VIPM 2012 or later.
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