I've named a page Admin and my users can't see it.
If I rename it to, say, BAdmin, users can see it.
Yes, I've checked to see if it's restricted but "No restrictions" is selected.
Can anyone shed some light on this situation because it's kind of mind boggling?
any content page should land at "display/****" or "pages/***".
the "admin/**" is only for confluence admin portal which general user shouldn't have permission.
if when you visit the regular page but has been redirected to admin/, I would think there have some tomcat url /proxy setup issue? you check server.xml or web.xml if you have any customization ....
Thanks for the fast reply.
I'm using Atlassian Confluence 6.2.0.
I've also attached a picture with the error I get when I try to click on the Admin page.
Let me rephrase this, as I think my native language got ahold of me and I described this issue poorly in English (sorry):
1. I've created a page named Admin.
2. When the user clicks it, he gets the following error (pls see attached).
3. If I rename it anything else, when the user clicks the page, the action is completed and he can view all the contents.
Thanks and sorry for the confusion.
You say "2. When the user clicks it, ". Where, exactly, are they clicking?
I can see where it lands them, but could you look at what link your users are using to get it (mostly, you can hover the cursor over a link to see the url it will take you to in a tooltip)
Named as Admin
From the Admin point of view it says display/UserGuide/Admin.
From the User point of view it says domainname/Admin.
If I rename it to Administrator
From the Admin point of view it says display/UserGuide/Administrator.
From the User point of view it says domainname/Administrator
So, nothing changes. :/
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