We installed the following add-on:
For 30 days we had a free trial of the premium content, but we found the free content sufficient for our needs.
However, the premium content remains available for selection, though if you do select a premium macro you get the following message displayed:
"This page contains macros or features from a plugin which requires a valid license. You will need to contact you administrator."
Is there a way to remove these premium macro's which we will never use?
In general for any Confluence add-on that provides macros, you can go into UPM , expand the add-on that contains a macro, expand the modules and find one that looks like the macro you are interested in. You can disable the module and that should stop it from being available. You need to be careful to locate the macro correctly and make sure it is not being used (those pages will will show a broken macro). In many cases, there will be 2 modules that will look like they represent the same macro - one is a XHTML version of the macro and the other a wiki (legacy) version of the macro. You can disable them both.
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