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Getting trail license for Confluence Data Center in Microsoft Azure


When I try to deploy a Confluence Data Center on Microsoft Azure the deployment form asks about a Confluence License but if you go to my.atlassian to generate a license key (I ticked not installed yet), that results in still asking a Server IDtrial-license-deadlock-not-installed-yet.png

form refuses to generate a license:


Can you please help to get out of this deadlock situation?


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I solved it by using these steps:

  1. Deploy Confluence Data Center via the Azure Marketplace wizard and use as Confluence license key the one (valid for for 72 hours) mentioned here: Starting a Confluence cluster on a single machine ( 
    See screenshot:confluence-datacenter-configure-Azure.png
  2. After successful deployment, get Sever-ID from Confluence administrator
  3. Generate a Trial license in using that server-id
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I'm not getting either choice of instance or server id prompt - just going to and asking for new Trial, but our accounts might be different.


You should be able to find your Server ID in License details page though, as documented here:


Thanks for your reply, but there is no Server-ID in my case as there is nothing up and running yet

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