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Days to Complete

Question asked by Jessica Sowalsky on Oct 18, 2018
Latest reply on Nov 15, 2018 by Jessica Sowalsky

Hi All,

 

We have a Catalog customer who has set their courses to 60 days to complete. In addition, they set their start date for the day they would like their students to enroll in the course. However, we found out today that the Catalog customer found out a student has access to the course content after the 60-day limit. We got told that the 60 days to complete starts on the day the student enrolls in the course in Catalog and then they will no longer have access to the content after the 60 days. The customer has not set an end date to the course since it is on rolling admission. Does anyone know why the student would still have access to the content after the time limit? They cannot set the check boxes for only allowing for students to have access to the course during the start and end date since there isn't an end date.

 

We would love your advice!

 

Jessica

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