I have the following software modules installed on a Windows 7 64-bit computer (using the 32-bit version of LabVIEW):
- LabVIEW 2017 Developer Suite 1
- Real Time
- Xilinx Compilation Tools for ISE 14.7
- Xilinx Compilation Tools for Vivado 2015.4
This is a company managed computer, and I am behind a company firewall in general. I am trying to compile a VI locally for a cRIO-9024 target, and I am having trouble connecting to the local compile server. The image below appears when trying to run/compile the VI using the local compile server option.
I can start the FPGA compile worker application manually, but it continuously fails to connect. I have already removed and reinstalled all of the above software without any change.
The problem seems to be similar to the one listed at https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/NI-Farm-internal-error-unable-to-compile-FPGA-VI/td-p/2683267. I was able to follow these instructions to stop the services, delete files, and log in at http://localhost:3580/login though the problem remains. I did need to also stop/restart the NIAuth service in order to delete the registry.bin file. Another unmentioned service I see in my task manager is the NIApplicationWebServer64 which is stopped and I cannot start it. Attempting to do so results in an error stating the service is either disabled or has no enabled devices associated with it. I am not sure if this service is relevant however.
I've checked my version of Microsoft .NET per the suggestion at https://forums.ni.com/t5/Real-Time-Measurement-and/After-Upgrading-LabVIEW-2013-SP1-and-Xilinx-14-4-.... I currently have version 4.6.2 installed.
I've also attached a MAX Technical Report as suggested in the above thread for troubleshooting. What other troubleshooting steps can I take to resolve this issue or determine if it is related to a Windows update as mentioned in the referenced thread?