Can I get a report of who has access to each space?

I'm wanting to change the way we permission our confluence spaces, but want an easy way to find out what the exisitng permissions are. is there a way to do this?

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There are some ways to identify permissions inside Confluence:

Global Permissions set you to assign global permissions to groups, individual users and anonymous users. To better clarify it, you could refer to these page:

Also, through the article bellow you can see a page showing how to assing space permissions:

There's a Query to better a search through Space Permissions:

select s.spacename,s.spacekey,p.permtype,p.permgroupname,p.permusername from spacepermissions p inner join spaces s on p.spaceid=s.spaceid;

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