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Is there a way to view pages that are not accessible in Confluence, access is blocked by the author.

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Either the author or an admin needs to provide you access. Otherwise a user cannot view the page as that would negate the purpose of the access permissions. What would the need or use case be here?

@Jack Brickey  Hi 

If I'm a Confluence administrator?

Jack Brickey Community Leader Dec 20, 2022

Are you the Org admin? If so you should be able to find/access.

I am an organization administrator. I can see that the blocked pages have been created, but I have no access to open them.

Jack Brickey Community Leader Dec 20, 2022

Hmmm, I did not think that was possible. Something may have changed.  I will try to reproduce this later today. I would confirm this with Atlassian support though.

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