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I want to understand cloud infrastructure

Is there any public/anonymous access feature at site/global level? If yes, does it take precedence over disabled anonymous access at space level?

How should global/site permissions influence ACLing?

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Marc Koppelaar
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Sep 14, 2023

Hi @Roli Tripathi 

As I'm interpreting it information from Atlassian all correctly;

The global anonymous setting enables the option that on space level anonymous access can be granted.

So by enabling this you allow space admins to have the option to enable there space anonymously.

IP settings in Atlassian Admin can precedence over this, if you allowed IP's are related to Confluence

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