Thanks for the quick response AustinStanton. It was in the LINX Target Configuration that I was getting the error. I found a separate post that addressed this and led me to the solution. It turned out that LINX was looking for Renci.SshNet.dll in C:\Program Files (x86)\National Instruments\LabVIEW 2014\vi.lib\MakerHub\LINX\Resources . I found a LinxResources.zip file there and extracted the files. After that LINX now connects to the BeagleBone. My understanding is that this should be automatically extracted as a script at the end of the installation routine but for some reason it did not get done. Thanks again for your help.
I have a new copy of LabVIEW home with LINX 3.0 installed connected to a BeagleBone Black. I can ping the BeagleBone at 192.168.7.2 and even Putty into it and perform Linux commands. However, I cannot get LINX to connect to the BeagleBone. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks.