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Hi @Zhinoo Zobairy ,
External users will require space access in order to access to your Confluence site. This means they would have user-level permission like view, create, or edit pages, unless you set specific page permissions.
For more information, you can refer to this documentation: https://support.atlassian.com/confluence-cloud/docs/invite-guests-for-external-collaboration/
In your case, you're showing the screenshot of an unrestricted page. If you want to exclude guests access to these pages within the guest space, you could grant access to a specific user group:
I hope this helps!
@Zhinoo Zobairy I see, you might want to check the Guest users permission (under Space permissions) to confirm if they have appropriate access:
Without much detail, I'm going to assume that there are some inheriting restrictions from parent content or at the space level. You can also refer to this documentation for more info: https://support.atlassian.com/confluence-cloud/docs/add-or-remove-page-restrictions/
@Zhinoo Zobairy I did notice you have some restrictions to the parent page, regardless, you should be able to select individual guests to grant access to specific pages when you select the option as shown below.
In this example, I've also made the parent page restricted and granted view access to a specific guest user: