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Self-Host your End User Training

Organizations with Premium Subscription have the option to host end user training internally through an intranet or on their own LMS. Access our end user training videos and files, and customize them to suit the needs of your end users. This is a popular option for large organizations or those who would like to be able to customize their training.

Note: By clicking ‘Download,’ you agree to the terms of the Self-Hosted Agreement.

OnBase Courses

OnBase 18

Available with Premium

OnBase 17

Available with Premium

OnBase 16

NilRead Courses

NilRead 4.3

Available with Premium
  • Healthcare: NilRead Administration - Output download
  • Healthcare: NilRead Administration - Project Files download
  • Healthcare: NilRead Referential Viewer - Output download
  • Healthcare: NilRead Referential Viewer - Project Files download

FAQs

Please note that only the courses listed on this page are available for the Self-Hosted option.

Absolutely! Self-Hosted training is another perk of being a Premium Subscriber and does not impact you in any negative way.

First, review the EULA agreement here. Select the course above that you wish to download training for. Most self-hosted options require a Premium Subscription to download. Once the download is complete, unzip the files on your local web server. It should take less than 10 minutes to download and setup the course. If you would like the SCORM compliant files, please read the “Do you offer SCORM compliant downloads?” FAQ below.

Yes, please complete the steps contained in this document. Due to the variety of learning management systems, network security, hardware settings, software versions, and other variables, Hyland is not responsible for providing maintenance or troubleshooting support for any of the Self-Hosted files.

In some cases, LMS requires that the output folder be zipped or formatted in a specific way. Contact your LMS’s support team or search online to make sure that the files don’t require special attention. Because of the many different learning management systems, security options, computer settings, software versions, and other variables, Hyland is not responsible for providing maintenance, troubleshooting support, or training for the Articulate Storyline software.

If you don’t want to self-host, you can always take the courses online. OnBase end user training is available here, Healthcare: NilRead Administration is available here, and Healthcare: NilRead Referential Viewer is available here.

Workstations used to access self-hosted training courses require the latest version of Adobe Flash Player. Be aware that, according to the EULA, self-hosted training is available only to members of your organization and is NOT to be made public. Due to the variety of learning management systems, network security, hardware settings, software versions, and other variables, Hyland is not responsible for providing maintenance or troubleshooting support for any of the Self-Hosted files.

Each download button contains a .zip file for that course. Download the .zip file locally, unzip its contents, and place all containing files on your organization’s internal web server. You may need to define the .mp4 MIME type for your web server. From there, direct users to click on the 'story.html' file to launch the course. Think of the files as a mini-website.

Adobe Flash Player 10.3 or later, a compatible browser (Windows IE 8 and later, Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari 7 and later).

It has been suggested, by users, that if you use IIS that you may want to include a web.config file similar to the one below:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<configuration>
  <system.webServer>
    <defaultDocument>
      <files>
        <add value="story.html" />
      </files>
    </defaultDocument>
    <staticContent>
      <mimeMap fileExtension=".mp4" mimeType="video/mp4" />
    </staticContent>
  </system.webServer>
</configuration>

The answer is largely dependent on your internal server location, but in all solutions, you will direct users to click on the 'story.html' file to launch the course.

These files are provided as is, and Hyland does not support the installation or usage of these files by our users. If you encounter any trouble using or installing these files, please reach out to your internal IT or IS department.