Hi there. I have an issue with my Confluence. I can't edit any page. The EDIT button doesn't work, nothing happens after click in it. I noticed a lot of JS errors in console. Any ideas?
I am using Confluence 6.15.2 with SSL and reverse proxy via IIS. I don't know when the issue arose because I haven't edit any pages after uprade to 6.15 version...
Happy to help with your issue! Can you tell us if you recently upgraded to 6.15.2? Which version did you come from before?
First, I would recommend that you bypass your proxy to confirm there isn't an issue with that and this version of Confluence.
Secondly, could you tell me if all of your users are experiencing the same issue? Does it occur on all browsers, computers, and inside and outside of your internal network?
Thank you for confirming. Yes, so we can confirm the issue is with your proxy setup in IIS.
We have a few articles that might help you with the setup:
Let us know if you have any questions.
One more question - beacuse I am not the specialist in the IIS and Windows Server and above issue is my another problem, I'll migrate all my Atlassian apps to Linux Server with well-known for me Apache/Nginx. I am thinking about integrate my Jira and Confluence with the Crowd. Is there any article how to configure all of them to work with Active Directory?
There is a way with Crowd; you would just need to use an LDAP connector. Have a look at Configuring an LDAP Directory and check under the Directory-specific configuration notes.
If you have any questions about that I would advise raising a new question under the Crowd collection. Then, some Crowd experts will be able to reply to you and help you out.
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