Whenever I head to my Bamboo Instance I land on the Dashboard, I can see all of the builds even though I'm not logged in. Is there anyway to protect this info from being publicly available? I simply want users to login first before they see any info about our builds.
This can be achieved by disabling anonymous access to Bamboo, i.e. uncheck access for anonymous users in step 3 below:
Allowing anonymous users to access your Bamboo system means that people who aren't logged in to Bamboo will be able to perform functions such as generating reports, and viewing plans and build results — subject to individual plan permissions.
To allow anonymous users to access Bamboo:
- Click the icon in the Bamboo header and choose Overview.
- Click Global permissions (under 'Security'), and then Edit Global Permissions.
- Check in the Access column for 'Anonymous users'.
- Click Save.
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