After downloading and installing RTX 2016 on the target machine, an activation and configuration utility will start, prompting you for the product activation key you received in an email confirming your purchase. Cut and paste the activation key into the activation and configuration utility and click Activate. Once RTX 2016 is activated you must configure your subsystem. Once the system is configured, you will be prompted to reboot. If you have not received a product activation key, please contact your Sales Representative at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two RTX licensing tutorial videos – one for activation when the target has an Internet connection, and one for non-Internet activation – can be viewed here.
RTX 2016 Full and Silent Installation
Full end-user installation and Silent Installation for RTX 2016 Runtime and SDK can be done using the same install package. See the Release Notes for information on the issues addressed by this update.
RTX 2016 Merge Modules
Merge modules contain components of the RTX 2016 Runtime. This allows developers to include selected components of the RTX 2016 into their product installation package. See the Release Notes for information on the issues addressed by this update.
Update 1 for RTX 2016
This update for the RTX 2016 Runtime resolves an issue where the Structured Exception Handling (SEH) function SetUnHandledExceptionFilter would not get called, which caused SEH to not work as expected for applications built with Visual Studio 2013 and 2015.
Update 1 for RTX 2016 Merge Modules
This update for the RTX 2016 Runtime Merge Modules resolves an issue where the Structured Exception Handling (SEH) function SetUnHandledExceptionFilter would not get called, which caused SEH to not work as expected for applications built with Visual Studio 2013 and 2015.
NOTE: This update does not affect the IntervalZero RTX 2016 Merge Module product installer (RTX_2016_MM_Setup.exe).
If you created a product installation that includes the RTX 2016 Merge Modules, and you want to update to Update 1, you must do one of the following:
- Modify your product installer to run the RTX 2016 Merge Modules, and then swap in the updated files from the Update 1 .ZIP file
- Create your own patch installer and include the updated files provided in the Update 1 .ZIP file
RTX Analyzer is a diagnostic tool used for retrieving information that can help in evaluating system status and identifying potential problem areas.
Dongle Activation Utility
The IntervalZero Dongle Activation Utility is a standalone utility that allows you to license IntervalZero products to an IntervalZero-provided dongle. This utility allows for the separation of the required network activation. Instead of activating dongles on the production floor you can activate them at another location and provide importable license files and dongles to your production environment.
RTX 2016 Deployment Guide
This document includes information on installing, activating and configuring RTX 2016, based on common deployment scenarios.
RTX 2016 Installation Guide
Information on RTX 2016 Runtime and SDK installation, activation, and configuration.
RTX 2016 Silent Installation Guide
Information on RTX 2016 Runtime silent installation, activation, and configuration.
RTX 2016 Merge Modules Installation Guide
Information on installing the RTX 2016 Runtime merge modules with your product installation package.
RTX Supported Network Interface Cards
Information on NIC drivers that are provided with the RTX product.
RTX Editions Matrix
Information on the available RTX editions.
RTX Operating System and Visual Studio Compatibility Matrix
A matrix providing information on RTX-supported operating system versions along with supported versions of Visual Studio.
MiniTutorial: Windows Embedded Standard 7
Information on using RTX 2016 Runtime with Windows Embedded Standard 7 (WES7).