Stash is configured to connect to Active Directory. One user has been mistakenly deleted from Active Directory. The user had some data such as forked repositories(some are public) and public keys. It was all lost in stash. We added the user back into Active Directory and the user can now log back in but does not have permission to fork a repository within his project (adding public key was successful).
It seems re-added user is still linked to old user (because they are same users actually new user project is the same as old user ones?). Does stash delete all data including user account information when user is removed? How can I fix the permission issue?
This seems to be an unusual case. Once a user is explicitly given a certain permission, the permissions and ssh keys should remain even after the user is deleted. The permission and ssh keys are stored on a completely different table in the Stash database as long as the user name that was created is similar to the one before. You could open a ticket at https://support.atlassian.com and we can look into it.
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