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Content Protection (Tool)

alfine
alfine Community Member Posts: 37
Hi Alfine,

A possibility since you are using an .exe format is to put a timer in the course that reads the system clock of the computer and then to display a page that says "This course is expired". I've done this with courses that I have published and placed on CD.

Put an action at the top of the title that checks the system time of computer and then use a goto chapter which contains the expriation page. This will prevent the rest of the content being viewed. 

The limitaton of this is that you have to select a specific date/time for the expiration when you publish the course.

Shawn
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