The publishing workflows for Axure Cloud for Business private instances and on-premises servers are largely the same as those for public Axure Cloud. You can learn about publishing in the Axure Cloud Basics section of the documentation.
To publish and manage your projects in your web browser, all you need is the URL and login information given to you by your IT department or team lead.
To access your Axure Cloud for Business private instance or on-premises server in Axure RP or the Axure Cloud desktop app, follow the steps below.
Add Your Axure Cloud for Business Server to Axure RP
- Go to Account → Manage Servers in the top menu.
Click Add and select the Axure Cloud for Business solution your team uses:
- Cloud for Business for private instances hosted on Axure servers
- On-Premises Server if your team is running Axure Cloud on your own servers
- Enter the server domain name or IP address your team lead or IT department gave you, and log in with the account credentials your team lead or IT department set up for you. Then click OK.
(Optional) In the table of servers, select the server you'll be publishing to most often and click Make Default at the top of the table.
When publishing to Axure Cloud, Axure RP will automatically select your default location in the location dropdown at the top of the Publish Project dialog.
Select Your Server in the Publish Project Dialog
You can publish to any server location you've saved in Axure RP. To switch between locations, go to Publish → Publish to Axure Cloud and click the dropdown at the top of the Publish Project dialog.
To change the dropdown's default selection, use the Make Default option in the Account → Manage Servers dialog.
Add Your Axure Cloud for Business Server to the Axure Cloud Desktop App
At the bottom of the login screen, click one of the following depending on which solution your team uses:
- Business Cloud for private instances hosted on Axure servers
- On-Premises if your team is running Axure Cloud on your own servers
Note: To log out of your current server, click your account name at the top-right of the interface and select Log Out.
Enter the server domain name or IP address your team lead or IT department gave you and click Continue.
Log in with the account credentials your team lead or IT department set up for you.