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Where can I find the list of licensed users for Confluence?

The confluence-users group in my LDAP directory has 9 users. However, Confluence points out to me that I have 12 users currently signed up. I need a way to explicitly enumerate each and every user that is considered by Confluence to be "licensed".


I am using Service Desk, with the Confluence user directory consuming data from the JIRA userbase as well. Could this prove to be a problem?

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Hi @Piotr Maślanka


Generally all the users who are part of the confluence-users are considered to be licensed users. To further check the list of groups/users based on which your confluence is licensed you can check the Global permission page as shown below any groups (ie members in the group) or users who have the can use permission are considered as licensed users.



Vijay Ramamurthy

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