How to share our project directly in a private/local server instead of a public one/default one

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We are using a trial service now and we would like to know how to share our project directly in a private/local server instead of a public one/default one. Could you please help us on that and let us know how can we make it happen?

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There is an on-premise option for all the collaboration features but it starts from 5 users. You can ask for more information about installing a server here https://www.justinmind.com/pricing

Alternatively, you can just use the desktop application and export the prototype to HTML files (Menu option File - Export to HTML) and then copy that html to some shared folder/server in your company's network. The key users won't be able to add annotations on top of the simulation but at least they will be able to see and simulate the prototype.

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We're interested in your solution to upgrade our UX design process, and we're evaluating the system.

However one requirement we have is for the system to be 100% on-premise, as we need to comply with several security audits.

We considered your system as all others we found were cloud-based.

Could you please help us to assess our requirement? at the moment we only have one UX designer, who would be sharing the designs with different key users in the company for input.

This is a top priority project for us, I'd really appreciate if you can help us expedite the evaluation & assessment process.

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There is an on-premise option for all the collaboration features but it starts from 5 users. You can ask for more information about installing a server here https://www.justinmind.com/pricing

Alternatively, you can just use the desktop application and export the prototype to HTML files (Menu option File - Export to HTML) and then copy that html to some shared folder/server in your company's network. The key users won't be able to add annotations on top of the simulation but at least they will be able to see and simulate the prototype.