Why is documentation for installing JIRA 7 on VMware restricted?

Get a page level restriction message when trying to access this page

https://confluence.atlassian.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=312740794

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Hi @John Marsden,

That page has been moved to our Knowledge Base, and you can find it here. May I ask how you got to the restricted page? If it's a link in our documentation, I can try get them fixed.

Thanks,

Warren

Thanks Warren I'd found that page but it appears to be for pre-7 versions. On this JIRA 7 page https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver070/supported-platforms-749382629.html There's a "Virtualizing JIRA (JIRA on VMware)" link which goes to a restricted page. John

Hi Warren,

Is it possible to fix the link in the Installation and Upgrade guides - https://confluence.atlassian.com/jira061/jira-installation-and-upgrade-guide/supported-platforms. It still points to the "dead end".

 

Thanks,

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Hi John,

I've reached our technical writers so they can convert the JIRA 7 page to have public access again.

I've also verified both pages (JIRA 7 and pre-JIRA 7) and confirmed they have the same information so you should be safe following that page.

Cheers

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