I have been battling with this for a couple days. I have a VI on my programming laptop (Not on the network) I also have an actual server where I am trying to do remote panel website. So I created an installation that placed the NI Web server on the actual server when it unpackaged my program with the html page. On the server I do NOT have LabVIEW installed, only the run-time engine for 2011 SP1 and the web server. I have verified the web server is running and always booting at start. I can not access the configuration page at localhost:8000 or localhost:3580 or localhost:3582. When I am on the server and try to run the HTML page, the VI in the middle gets the error message "Invalid Server IP Address", however when I am on a third computer and type in the server and HTML address (Setup through IIS) I get the error message, "Server does Not support remote panels." I have gone through all tutorials and they always go back to basically having LabVIEW installed on the machine for the settings, however this is not an option for me.
I am assuming now that the web server computer must have the development edition of LabVIEW in order to run a remote panel, is this true?
Have you seen this document? https://knowledge.ni.com/KnowledgeArticleDetails?id=kA00Z0000019LrSSAU&l=en-US
It is possible to run remote front panels on a deployment machine without the full development system, but you need to manually modify some files to set up the configuration. This article should walk you through the steps.