The text here comes from a posting made by Scott, KC1UA in the user group.
I set out in search of how to make this work and have come up with a method to do so that works well for me. I have outlined it below. This configuration allows you to use SDR Console with the HF SDR of your choice and its own antenna as a receiver, and to use the waterfall to point, click, and tune your amateur radio transceiver by having SDR Console talk to Ham Radio Deluxe. This to me is the best of both worlds as I can view an entire amateur radio band, find a signal, point and click and tune it. My RFSpace NetSDR with a Wellbrook Loop attached to it is a FAR better receive combination than my dipole antennas and Yaesu FT-450D as I'm packed into a neighborhood full of small lots and lots of man made interference. I can also continue to manipulate my transceiver's controls through Ham Radio Deluxe, and use that software's logging features.
I offer this guideline as I searched for one and never found one. A lot of research and combination of information found on a number of websites ultimately led me to success. I was also able to interface HRD (and the DXLab Commander software) with RFSpace's Spectravue software. The setup is similar, but as the goal was for HRD <> SDR Console I present it as such and hope it helps someone in some way.
The transceiver and SDR you use should not change the way this tutorial works at all. As long as you have SDR Console configured properly with your SDR and Ham Radio Deluxe configured properly with your amateur radio transciever, the below should work. For the record I am using Windows 10 Home Edition 64 bit on a Dell XPS i5 processor PC with 16 GB of RAM.
With all of the above in place it works for me. I now can use my NetSDR with its Wellbrook Loop as a receiver and watch the entire band I'm working on for signals. I can see a signal, point and click, and tune HRD Rig Control, and thus my Yaesu FT-450D, to that signal. I can continue to use HRD to adjust power and other levels and settings of the transceiver, and have frequency information dumped into the HRD Logbook for further processing.
Hopefully the above will help someone in the future. At some point I'll create a better presentation with screenshots and/or a video, as time allows.