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My users are seeing this error when saving freshy edited pages in Confluence 5.4.4. We've been using 5.4.4 for sometime without problems. Any pointers?

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Usually happens when the session times out. Is that the case here?

Hi Alex,

Do you have SSO enabled? Are these users using another Atlassian product as well? If your SSO is not working properly, when te user logs in in another application (on the same domain), the session times out.

Hey Alex,

May I ask you if you have Confluence and JIRA running under the same ip address and the only difference is the port? If yes, that is caused by the cookies that are shared by the two applications, so in order to fix it we need to apply a context path to it.


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