I have admin rights and need to gain access to the space to share the contents with the employee's manager. I think I'm barking up the right tree but may be looking at the wrong branch.
So, we need access to the space. In permissions I grant explicit view access, done. Now I know restricted pages cant trump that so what I have to do is strip the restrictions. When I go in there, I see the operations and the unlock icon. I click it and am told:
This is because it's inheriting restrictions from a parent page. A space admin or the person who shared this page may be able to give you access.
Well, where is the page inheriting it from? Not sure where to find that. It should all be right here.
Page restrictions are inherited from an ancestor page (parent/grandparent/etc.). So, if it is an inherited restriction you just need to work your way up the tree to find which page has the restriction applied. FYI, only view restrictions can be inherited. Edit restrictions cannot be inherited.
In comparing my permissions with the other admin, I see I have most of the same groups but do NOT have confluence-administrators. Based on other posts here, it sounds like if I have that, I see all, regardless of the nominal restriction. So I have some admin rights but not all the admin rights! But it's weird because on other pages I was able to remove restrictions without problem when people set their security too tight.
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