You're going to make sure you're running Pro Tools 9 or higher, older versions do not support 3rd party interfaces.
Make sure you've run all of your updates to bring it up to the last supported version for PT.
With the console turned off, plug a USB Cable from the StudioLive 32SC console into an available USB Port on your computer.
Once you've installed latest version of Universal Control from the download page, turn on your Console to allow Windows to associate the proper drivers from the UC install with the console.
In ProTools Toolbar Menu select Setup, then select Playback Engine and then Current Engine drop down menu there you'll need to select "StudioLive ASIO Driver" in the drop down menu.
If that doesn't work, you may need to contact Avid Tech Support for further assistance to make sure you have the right version of Pro Tools to use with 3rd party ASIO drivers.
You'll also want to familiarize yourself with the limitations of using PT with audio interfaces other than those made by Avid.
Once you figure out your audio setup you'll want to figure out how to set it up with DAW Mode, watch this video: