Help needed re .json files and publishing on SharePoint

I publish my captivate e-learning courses on a SharePoint site, but with the latest version, more .json files are created than before. My company doesn’t allow .json files to be uploaded on SharePoint. With the previous version of Captivate, this made no difference – I could upload everything except the .json files and the course would run in sharepoint. With the latest version though, there must be a crucial .json file included in the files and when I skip this on upload to SharePoint, the course just hangs when I try to run it.

Does anyone have any ideas? I’m stuck!!

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