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Bitbucket pipelines not recognising admin group

I am having an issue granting access to modify Bitbucket pipelines.

I have created an admin group that contains the user I want to grant access to.

I have added this group to the repository as an admin group, N-iX-Admin below.

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When they try to modify the bitbucket-pipeline.yaml file they get told they need to be an admin to do so.  


I have come to the conclusion I am doing something wrong, but I can't for the life of me work out what.  


How can I make this work?





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Okay, not I have got to the bottom of this.  It turns out it was working fine, just the user was trying to commit the bitbucket-pipeline.yaml file to a completely different repository.  Once we cleared that up, it works as designed!

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