Looking around, I've seen this problem variously discussed and solved for both the installed and on-line versions. However, none point me to getting my version of the problem fixed.
When user logs in, the following observations, actions, symptoms and problems:
What I tried:
So, what's wrong with the above? How do I simply create a new user, add them to a new group, and successfully give them access to confluence?
Any and all help appreciated,
Okay, I'm getting farther, but still am a bit confused about the underlying philosophy here and would like some further pointers where possible.
But first, what I did to get this working:
However, what this means is that this individual user now has access to all of the Confluence spaces since by default, all spaces allow access to the group 'users'.
So I'm really confused as to how one goes about making one-to-one permissioning schemes between individual users and individual confluence spaces.
The way I currently understand it then, in order to achieve what I'd like, I need to:
Obviously I'd prefer a different method than to have to re-configure group access for all spaces (not fully knowing the broader implications of this before-hand).
Is there something I'm missing preventing me from doing this in a straight-forward manner?
All advice appreciated.
I am facing the exact same problem that Richard faced. By adding a user to the Global Permissions page/list, we provide him/her access to all spaces. That's not what we want.
We have synced up the users through Active Directory, which includes contractors. We would like to give them access to certain spaces, not the entire site (all spaces). How do we achieve that?
Any help would be appreciated!
i am also having the same issue.
All our users are sync'd via LDAP but we want to provide and external user access to a particular space.
i have created the user and they can log in but get the "Not Permitted" page.
i have tried various ways from adding individual permissions to the space as well as adding group permissions to the space. the only way to get it to work is to either add the group or individual to the global permissions but this then gives access to all spaces
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