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Gabe Anderson

Well, Microsoft SQL Server is a database server, so it's most likely not going to be the server delivering your client's Articulate content. If they're using SQL Server as the database server, then they probably also have a Windows IIS server delivering the web content. The published Articulate content would likely reside on the web server, not on the database server. Is that correct?

If so, the only thing to look out for is if you're using any .FLV Flash videos in your Articulate content. If so, you may need to configure the IIS server to support the .FLV MIME type, as it's not configured by default on IIS:

FLV movies require FLV MIME type on server to play properly