Sincerely, I never read this specific message.
What version do you have? Docebo OS 405, or a different one?
What kind of a Learning Object is it? A scorm object?
Anyway, let's try to check the possible settings affecting "time" in the LMS:
In the course settings (administration area), as you know, you can set an expiration date or a Mb limit. This applies to the whole course, not to a single module.
If we switch to the teacher area in front end>learning object management, you can set some properties for the single LO
Publish from date XX to date YY
View it until completed, one time only or an infinite number of times
If it's not one of these settings, it means that it's not related to the Lms but rather to the object. Does the message display directly inside the object? Or somewhere in the Lms?
If it's a scorm, a time limit (or more likely a number of attempts) can be set TO THE OBJECT. I should also know if you produced it yourself or if you bought it from some vendor.
Let me know: I tried to discuss all the possible issues, but it's better if you let me know the answers to the above questions first, so that I can identify the problem you are running into.
You can use the "complete html editor" to upload the image, it has a file attachment feature.
Also, could you tell me with what authoring software the scorm module has been developed? And check with your staff if some "time" or "attempt" setting has been implemented into it? I'm familiar with some authoring tools, but not with all of them...
This way I can dig deeper into your issue
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I'll share this thread with my tech colleagues.
In the meanwhile, can you tell me if there are differences between this LO and the other ones that are working properly? Have they also been created with iSpring? Maybe they've been published with different publishing options?
is not a standard Docebo CE 4.0.5 error message .You have already exceeded available time for viewing this content
Are you sure that is not part of the iSpring JS ?
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