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  1. Does anyone have any vi of overcurrent protection? for substations? simulation only.
  2. Hi, One of my customer is creating systems with high added value. These systems relies on a both CompactRIOs and deported computer code. These systems will be deployed all around the world, and should be hardly protected against copy. Concerning the computer code, they decided to use a dongle system to decrypt the exe each time this one is launched. How to do something similar with the RTEXE on a compactRIO ? Is there a solution to encrypt an RTEXE ? Is it possible to remove VI's block diagrams in a RT EXE ? Is this solution sufficient to protect the code from reverse engineering ? Any advice will be welcomed ! Thanks !
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