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Accessing two Cloud Instances = two user licenses?

Hi there,

We have two cloud instances of Confluence. I access both of them with the same Office 365 Identity.

Are we charged two user licenses in this scenario, or just the one?



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The "licences" are per system, not by user, so yes, you're using two different systems, so you need to pay for each.

Imagine it as if Confluence 1 has a licence for 50 users and Confluence 2 has a licence for 100.  You get access to both via an account, each access counts towards the consumption.

Understood - thanks!

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Tessa Tuteleers Community Leader Jan 14, 2021

Hi @dominic_banister , 

Welcome to the community!

licenses are on a per instance basis, so you would need to have a license for each instance, yes. 

- Tessa

Thanks for responding!

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