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Allison LaMotte

Hi Vrinda,

Do you have an LMS? If not, then you may want to consider getting one. That's the easiest way to host your courses and control who can access them.

Here's some more information about LMSs to help you get started in your search: All About Learning Management Systems (LMSs).

I hope that's helpful! :) 

Nicole Legault

Hi Vrinda! 

If you want to share your content with your LMS, instead of publishing for web, you'll need to publish your content for LMS and choose your specification (SCORM, AICC or tincan Xapi). You can then upload that to your LMS and, depending on the capabilities of your LMS, it should allow you to decide which employees have access to it/ which don't. 

If you don't want to use your LMS and you simply want to publish the course for web to HTML5 output, and upload that to a web server you can do that. You can then just share the URL / link with the people you want to have view the course. 

Are you working with Rise 360 or Storyline 360? I can share some specific links and resources if you let us know which tool you're working with.