Space premmisions

Hello,

Is possible to make premmisions on space, that public users see only blog posts, but not space pages.

If its possible please send answer to PM: l.konosovas@evp.lt

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You have to do two things. First, set the space permissions (like you did it). Now, your users can see all pages and your blog posts.

Now its time for step two: you have to protect your wiki-pages. go to your space homepage (just open the space). this space homepage should be the route page of you wiki page tree. now go to tools (and then to restrictions. restrict viewing pages only for example for all confluence-users (or another special group).now, anonymous users cant see you pages anymore. the page restrictions will be inherited.

You have to lock down the homepage using page restrictions (just restrict the viewing of the page!): https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Page+Restrictions That should do it.

use page restrictions to lock down your home page so that only register users/groups may view/edit the content. All child pages created under the home page will inherit the same permissions (or you can lock it down further).

Hi,

Yes. Pelase have a look at our documentation at: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Assigning+Space+Permissions

Regards,

Hossein

Thank you for your URL, but there is no information about anonymous user to see only blog posts, but restricted to Space Pages.

OUR SETTINGS

At global premissions: Anonymous Access - Use Confluence -> YES.

At space premmisions to anonymous user:

  • Blog ADD: Yes
  • Comments: Yes

The user cannot enter to space. It has to login.

If i check: ALL view -> YES. Then it sees Space pages and can read it.

I need only to see space blog. Thats it.

Thank you for your URL, but there is no information about anonymous user to see only blog posts, but restricted to Space Pages.

OUR SETTINGS

At global premissions: Anonymous Access - Use Confluence -> YES.

At space premmisions to anonymous user:

  • Blog ADD: Yes
  • Comments: Yes

The user cannot enter to space. It has to login.

If i check: ALL view -> YES. Then it sees Space pages and can read it.

I need only to see space blog. Thats it.

Hey Kostas -- there are two ways to go about this, both of which requires the View premissions at the space level to be enabled. To allow public access to blogs and not other content (pages):

Option #1

Under space permissions, anonymous users:

• Viewing: YES

• Pages: NO

(Blog and comments optional)

Option #2

Under space persissions, allow anonymous users:

• Viewing: Yes

• Pages: NO

• Then, use page restrictions to lock down your home page so that only register users/groups may view/edit the content. All child pages created under the home page will inherit the same permissions (or you can lock it down further).

I would recommend option #1 and just dedicate the space to public bloggin, and not to use that space for pages at all (so space permissions for all users to be set NO - this way you take page restrictions out of the equation). You will of course need to move exisiting pages into another space to lock it down. Hope this helps.

Its not working. We are using: Confluence 5.1.3

At space public premmisions is set:

The user still can see space pages, and read the information.

We need that public user sees ONLY blog.

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