Bamboo homepage shows projects before login required

Sorry if this is obvious but we are setting up the Atlassian tool suite for our company. We are hosting the tools ourselves. Jira, Confluence, et. al. all show a simple page with a login required before anything else is seen. Bamboo, however, displays our project dashboard and you can, in fact see test plans, failures, etc. all without logging in. I'm working with the person who did the initial setup but thought I'd ask if there is some obvious thing we missed on setup or is Bamboo really suppose to work this way?

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Like most of the other application, you can choose to display a view only to anonymous users; personally, we allow it. To check/enable/disable it, go to Bamboo Administration and under Security select Global permissions. You should see an Other category that shows "Anonymous users". View/read only in Bamboo is called Access which should be the only option Anonymous users even can have.

You can also set permissions on a plan-by-plan basis by going into the Plan configuration and looking under the Permissions tab.

Thanks much, that fixed it!!

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