The description of the Global permissions isn't really clear, so how do I know which global permission that's needed for instance to be able to manually run all plans?
Or am I thinking about it the wrong way? Should I just grant plan level permission for that, and add the bamboo-users group to all plans (in bulk) and give the Build access there? But what about plans created later on - is there any way to set default plan access rights so that new plans get that same right?
The user who's going to trigger the plan must have the 'Build' permission and that's configured in the plan. If you want all users to be able to trigger manual builds, you can bulk edit the permissions adding the bamboo-user group or any other you create.
As for the global permissions, if the customer has access along with the 'Build' permission on the plan, they should be able to run it, provided that the instance has all the capabilities necessary to run it, which you can check in the Agent Matrix.
Jaime Kirch da Silveira
Atlassian Cloud Support
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