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How do we know how many users generated Personal Access Tokens in Confluence datacenter

Hi Team,

We are using  Confluence data center version  7.18.2(Personal Access Token Plugin is system plugin). All the users in that version can generate the PAT tokens. 

Now we want to know how many users generated PAT tokens in confluence. Can anyone did this before. 

Best Regards,

Anil Kumar 


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Andrii Maliuta
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May 01, 2023 • edited

Hello @Anil ,

As an option, it can be possible to use TokenAuthenticationManager ( to check token access per each user

def users = userManager.getAllUsers();

def usersWithToken = []

users.foreach(user -> {
if (tokenAuthenticationManager.hasUseConfluencePermission(user)) {



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