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How do I find a owner of a space and change ownership?

 

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Nic Brough Community Leader Apr 24, 2015

As an admin, look at the permissions on the space.  There isn't really a "space owner", it's more "who can administrate the space other than the system admins"

Space owners get requests for permissions, so the are more special than any administrator. Transferring ownership would transfer the task of setting permissions.

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GhostRider Atlassian Team Apr 24, 2015

Hi Ruwan,

In addition to Nic's answers, If you'd like, you can also look for the "setspacepermission" permission type in the table "spacepermissions" in confluence database. Usually the Groups/Users that have this permission are space administrators of the space in question.

Cheers,

Rodrigo

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