Setting an Expiration Period for Domain Access

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Many Customers want to limit their users from accessing a training domain after a certain amount of time. Most commonly domain access expirations come into play with subscription domains, or when end-users purchase specific training packages that are valid for a set time period.

This article explains how to set an expiration period for domain access in the dashboard. 

Domain access expiration

Note: You can only set limited-time access for a private domain that is set to "access code required." Expiration periods are not available for public domains or private domains that are only login required.

  1. Go to your Skilljar Dashboard, expand the Domains & Publishing header, and select Domains to open the Domains page.
  2. Find the domain you want to edit and select Domain Settings. 


  3. Scroll down to Access Codes and select New Access Code to open the settings page.
    • To edit an existing access code, select the code and then the pencil icon Pencil.png under Edit, to access the settings.


  4. Scroll down to the User Access section and select Set duration.
  5. Now you will be able to set the access expiration period in days or months


  6. Once you're finished, select Save to create the access code.

Any user who registers for access to your domain with your access code will only be able to get into the domain for a specified period of time after first registering. Once their access expires, they will need a new access code.


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