Flash error on intranet/share drive
Feb 18, 2014
I am currently in the midst of developing various Storyline projects for my company, but one major problem remains: we do not have an LMS. We are in the beginning phases of looking into implementing an LMS but we need a solution in the meantime.
Currently, I have some modules uploaded directly to the intranet (Sharepoint 2007, soon to be 2013), and some that are linked through Sharepoint to our shared drive, where they are located. However, we have been having numerous Flash errors (the dreadful exclamation point) in which users cannot finish the training. Why is this happening? I have tried some of the following techniques,
Deleted temporary internet files
Adjusted Flash storage settings
Made sure the most recent version of Flash was installed
but none seem to be working.
Is it better to upload the modules directly to Sharepoint, or provide access to them on Sharepoint when they are located on our shared drive? Will the use of an LMS for sure fix the Flash errors we are having, or is this a separate issue? I’ve done some basic research on the error but cannot find anything definitive as to why it is happening.
Articulate Online is attractive but I am looking at using the resources we already have at the moment in order to save money in preparation for an LMS implementation.
Any input into this problem would be GREATLY appreciated, as I am afraid we may be wasting our time in developing Storyline projects before we get an LMS.