In Captivate, I have successfully published an executable file, but when I try to share the file it shows an error that states the file is damaged or I do not have permission and check with computer admin(I am the admin). I am using the trial version before purchasing full version. The file I am trying to share after publishing is a sample file, I'm trying to show my investors to help with purchase of the software.
EXE files are SWF-based, and after 3 years of announcing and warning, Flash Player died with 2020.
You need to publish to HMTL5, upload to a webserver or LMS and provide the URL. Same as for a website.
I have tried to load the HTML5 to a post on Adobe site to show how it works and that would not play either. Should I have waited longer for it to load? Thank you for your help in this matter.
Are you talking about the eLearning community? They use AWS. You need to publish the file with the option to zip acrivated. Moreover Reporting cannot be turned on. I have uploaded multiple published projects in blog posts on that site. However, it is always public and needs moderation.
Here is an example (will upload another one today):