i have an Automation Rule in one of our Jira Projects, that is executed as the triggering User.
As the Screenshot above shows i would expect the rule to default back to the Automation User if the User doesn't have the Permissions to execute a certain part of the rule.
Recently i found out, this defaulting back doesn't work. So the Rule throws an Error instead of executing or even checking the Steps in the Rule.
I was in contact with Atlassian Support about this (thanks Ana) and it seams this Problem wasn't reported very often yet.
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