We are looking to create product help using confluence and want to create certain sections of help only for logged in users. I did some research and it seems that all logged in users consume a license in confluence. Is my understanding correct, or is there a way to give read-only access to logged in users without consuming a license?
Some Ideas are already discussed over here. Let me know if you find it interesting
Straight forward there is no way
You are correct in your assumption. The only workaround would be a generic log in shared by these users with very restricted rights. But not sure if that violates the license or not.
Even on the server/data center, you would consume a license. BUT you have the option of creating a gateway to even access the site, so could create user logins to access a "help center" which then allows them so see anon pages in Confluence.
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