We would like to put links to Confluence documentation directrly form our Web GUI. In this case client have to have access to Confluence but our end client has isolated Intranet. In this case client cannot use our server directly or any servers from Internet. Is there any option to setup Conflucence server for our client to serve only our dokumentation - without users and easy way to update documents? What the model will be the best aproach and what about the license?
So, let me see if I understand this--you want to put a Confluence server within your client's network, give them all anonymous access and synchronize their documentation from your external server? I'm not an expert, but it sounds theoretically possible. You would need some kind of integration to ship documents to their server and you would need the appropriate security considerations (SSL, access through their firewall, etc). There are plugins such as https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/42115/comala-remote-publishing?hosting=server&tab=overview that may help you achieve this. I would imagine that the client's server will need at least minimal user accounts for admin and the integration.
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