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  1. WireFlow releases the first Security suite software that is natively supported on any LabVIEW platform with an available USB port, including VxWorks and Pharlap based Real-Time targets. The security suite addresses IP protection issues for the LabVIEW platforms; not only does it add copy protection, but also enables user identification and feature control. To learn more, please visit http://www.wireflow.se/news/SecuritySuite_news /The WireFlow Team
  2. Here is a strange request but I am casting a wide net to see if anyone has seen a solution to this. I need a device that can route a USB dongle to a DUT's USB port. I need to be able to simulate the insertion and removal of the USB dongle without physical access to the dongle. I need this to be controlled via Ethernet. Ideally, this product would allow me to insert a single USB dongle and route it to multiple DUTs simultaneously. If that is not possible, I could insert multiple dongles and route them 1 to 1. So, why do we need this? Well, our product is designed to boot off a USB dongle and get us a basic OS that we can then use to load a full test OS from a network server. But, once we install the network OS, we want to reboot and not see the dongle anymore. Right now we need someone to physically pull the dongle from the DUT. We would like to automate this process. thanks for any ideas, thoughts or sympathy... -John
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