I'm running Confluence DC 7.9.3 and I want to be able to see all of the page restrictions that have been created across the environment.
I know that I can go to each individual space and see the restricted pages there, but I don't want to have to go through all of the spaces we have and make notes for each space.
Whether it's part of the basic Confluence functionality or through a third-party plugin, is there a way that I can display, on a single page, a list of all of the restricted pages (and what spaces they are under)?
Thanks for the quick reply. We keep most of our users in just a couple of groups that give them access to Confluence, so the restrictions are added at the individual user level. This means that most of the restrictions wouldn't show up in the above plugin.
I'll mark your answer as accepted.
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