We have a query regarding AD group in Bitbucket, our intention is to have one AD group which should have a few number of groups/projects in it so that once the user is given Read and Write access to that specific AD group he/she should be able to have Read and Write access to all the projects which are a part of that particular AD group. For example consider all the BOPO projects we have in Bitbucket ( Bitbucket production environment consists approx. 30 projects related to BOPO) , our aim is to have a single AD group say ‘Bitbucket BOPO Group’ which should contain all those 30 projects under that - which should enable the user to access all the 30 projects once given access to Bitbucket BOPO AD group. For your reference consider Splunk Admins group in helpdesk which holds 2 groups - SEIT HM.COM DevOps and SEIT HM.COM Technician, once we give the users access to Splunk Admins they would be able to access the other 2 groups as well. We want to achieve a similar kind for Bitbucket as well. Please provide us the possibility to achieve , if yes kindly intimate the way to get this done.
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