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Stand-alone application & load LV 2017 runtime engine

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Sorry for bringing this up again, but haven't sorted it out looking on the forum and google'ing it...

I have a very simple application I'd like to distribute on a USB stick. It is just a GUI to launch other applications

I cannot install LVRTE, but I'm fine to include the LVRTE2017 folder onto the stick. How can I point the application to look for the dlls in the provided sub-directory?

Tried to include the LVRTE2017 folder in the build spec (as "always include") and to add viSearchPath to app ini file... No luck though...

 

Ty!

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You need move RT dll into root directory instead subdir.
Also you need not all run-time components. You can delete components by one and test if exe still works.

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tried to move into root directory (where exe is located), still getting the message LVRTE is missing and if I wish to download...

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I tried it some years ago, so don't remember details.
What exactly you copy?
As I remember, I copy all from ..National Instruments\LabVIEW NNN\resource
into my root folder and then start remove files/folders by one.

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I did a copy of the whole "C:\Program Files (x86)\National Instruments\Shared\LabVIEW Run-Time\2017"

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