In Logic Pro X, the Native Instruments software is used via the Audio Unit (AU) plug-in interface. During the installation of Native Instruments software you are asked which plug-in formats you want to install. When you reach the Installation Type window of the installer, make sure you check the Audio Unit Plug-In box.
All Audio Unit files are automatically installed into the same folder so there is no need to specify an installation path for the Audio Units files. The default path is the following: Mac OS X > Library > Audio > Plug-Ins > Components Logic Pro X automatically scans this default Audio Unit plug-in directory during each startup and will recognize any new plug-in that has been installed.
In the Logic Pro X menu bar, open the Preferences and go to the Plug-in Manager...
The Plug-in Manager provides an overview of the plug-ins Logic Pro X has recognized. On the left side of the Plug-in Manager you can sort them by Manufacturer.
In the screenshot below, we have selected Native Instruments. Here, you can check the installed version of your NI plug-ins and see if they have been correctly validated. With the buttons at the bottom of the window you can either disable AUs that do not run properly (Disable Failed Audio Units) or perform a rescan of single plug-ins you are having problems with (Reset & Rescan Selection).
Note: If Logic Pro X does not recognize your NI plug-in, read the article My Native Instruments Plug-In Does Not Appear in Logic.