How do I get an expired license for confluence v3.1.1 and v5.0.3

Hi Team,

In reference to How to Make Confluence Read-Only (Method #2), how do we acquire an "expired evaluation license" for Confluence v3.1.1 and confluence v5.0.3.

 

We need the instance to remain available, but read-only, indefinitely. We have completed the migration of our content from the confluence v3.1.1 to our new Confluence v5.0.3 server. However, we need the old instance on-line but read-only for some time.

 

Request you to provide the development expired license for both the confluence versions 3.1.1. and 5.0.3

Thanks,

Divya.

 

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Hi Divya,

If you don't already have any expired licenses under my.atlassian.com, you could generate an Evaluation license there and let it expire.

Otherwise there's no way to physically generate an expired license.

Let us know if you have any questions about this.

Kind regards,

Shannon

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