If you dynamically load a VI, you can dynamically remove it by closing the VI reference.
If it's a VI that has been loaded because it is part of another VI you cannot unload it while the parent remains in memory.
I've never had to close a VI that has been arbitrarily loaded by the user, but I think that you cannot have a VI in memory if its front panel is closed, it is not running and it is not a child of another loaded VI. Hence I think you can close such VIs by closing their window, which is an available property.
casimir wrote in message news:506500000008000000062F0000firstname.lastname@example.org... > Is it possible to dynamically remove vi's? It does not seem possible > with the vi-server-functions.