The package manager for Windows (like apt-get but for Windows). https://chocolatey.org
Chocolatey it's a command line tool to download and install software with focus in automation and unattended..
choco install labview
and after a few coffees, voila. All installed.
it also supports local files, e.g.
choco install labview --source d:\
in case you have the "package" in the d drive.
Installing NI drivers should be something like:
choco install NIDrivers //full installation
choco install NIDrivers.NIDCPower // Only NIDCPower
Toolkits could be handle in the same way.
Chocolatey also handles dependencies. So requiring LV before installing any toolkit should be straight forward.
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