We've had Confluence installed previously on a windows machine and now migrated to Linux.
One of our pages uses the Bobswift's table JSON macro to pull data from an SSO authenticated website. On the windows machine it would use windows account authentication via SSO to pull JSON data. However, on the Linux machine confluence is running under root (Since we are using a sub 1024 port). Is there a way for us to provide ntlm credentials for the JSON macro?
I can pull the data with curl on the linux machine easily if I provide the auth. But I don't see such option in the macro.
curl --ntlm --user firstname.lastname@example.org:mypassword http://mycompany.com/api/pagewithjsondata
What can I do to provide *NTLM *auth, because by default it only allows for basic authenticaiton?