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distinct people connected at a period of time


On our confluence-server platform ( 7.3.4) , how can I identify different people connected at least one time in the last 12 month.

It will help to audit and manage the size of our licence pool regarding the active users.

Best regards,

Roger Ndofunsu

Rectorat Orléans



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Brant Schroeder Community Leader Jan 12, 2021


I would suggest creating a user macro to pull last login information.  There is a great thread on it here:  They also cover the SQL if you would like to pull the data from the database.  

By creating the user macro you will be easily able to check and see who has not logged in to Confluence in the last 12 months.

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