My organization is setting up Confluence on AWS for the prime purpose of being able to take advantage of the feature that allows us to put a public-facing space behind our firewall. The reason for this is we want to build out a knowledgebase but our software is confidential and do not want it visible to the public.
Forgive me as I am not an engineer, and I want to make this as easy on my engineering/web team as easy as possible and provide them with the most resources to complete the project.
I would like to
a) have the public-facing space to only be visible to users who are logged into our cloiud platform
b) for our internal users, I want them to be able to login as we normally do with our email addresses (we could explore setting up single sign-on) in the future
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance
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