Atlassian Bamboo version 5.6.0 build 4409 here.
I needed to add someone to the admin group, so I went on to the groups editor, edited the bamboo-admin group, found the user to add, clicked save... And then I lost my admin rights.
Firstly, why? There is no safeguard?
So, how do I verify how messed up is the admin group now? How do I add myself back?
Hey Mike, thanks.
I did the install. The user name I used for the initial admin is the user name I have in our LDAP directory. So for the past few weeks I've been logging in with it because that's just my user name.
The installer user is that one that has lost its permissions.
Naturally, out of desperation I look through the DB tables to see users and groups, I can see my user in the "users" table, the "local_members" puts my in the bamboo-admin group, my user doesn't appear anywhere in the "external_entities" table as a member of our ldap directory.
Wait, I tried to add myself as an admin user from LDAP, I failed at that but the initial admin account is back to the admin group.
Ok, my problem is solved in ways I don't understand. Is there any hope that Bamboo will add some safeguards?
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