XSRF check failed on Confluence

Good Morning Atlassian Team,

 

I successfully installed and configured Atlassian on a my server and I used it for a month.

I bought a set of ten license and I want to associate it to myserver ID.

I tried to cut and paste the License key furnished on the Atlassian portal but he send me the message: XSRF check failed.

How can I do to solve?

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Ann Worley Atlassian Team Jul 31, 2017

The subject is somewhat involved so I am linking an article rather than explaining from scratch. One easy to check fix: see if your base URL is the same URL as you are using in the browser or else the request won't match the origin. Please see Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) protection changes in Atlassian REST

Thank You!

It was very usefull!

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