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Old 08-10-2010, 11:39 AM   # 1
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This is my first post...

I will have to put my content onto a SharePoint site rather than a LMS. Does anyone have any tips for making it easy to launch?
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Old 08-10-2010, 01:51 PM   # 2
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Hi cdublew and welcome to the forums,

You should be able to use Articulate published content with your Sharepoint server. You will need to switch to "Explorer View" in Sharepoint before uploading your published output as explained in this forum post:

http://www.articulate.com/forums/art...html#post44880
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I am having an issue with getting the player.html file to launch from a SharePoint folder. I followed the directions to copy the published folders to SharePoint using the Explorer view, but when I launch the palyer.html, I get the gray bar that never progresses. The course itself never displays. Any ideas on how to fix this?
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As another option, we have our Presenter content on another content server and then use an HTML iframe tag on a SharePoint page to embed the Presenter launch file.

AP preso starts automatically and it keeps our content on a server devoted just to e-learning content. And some of our SharePoint servers are way too overburdened so this offloading helps.
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