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RT procedures: File system
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Connect to the Academic RIO Device file system through your browser with "Web-Based Monitoring and Configuring" or by mounting the file system as a drive on your host PC with WebDAV.
Mount the Academic RIO Device file system as a network drive on your Windows, Mac OS, or Linux system, and then directly manipulate the files as you would any other files on your system.
Monitor process variables and sensor measurements, timestamp them, and log them to a file, and then remote access the datalog file through the network with WebDAV, web browser, or VI running on a PC host.
Transfer data, commands, and status between the RT target and a host system.