According to online documentation the following options should be available to administrators in User Management:
View Profile, Edit Groups, Edit Details, Set Password, Delete, Disable
However I only see the following links in my Confluence instance:
View Profile, Edit Groups, Edit Details
I would like to disable a user profile but do not see anyway to do so.
Is there a way to check this? I setup new users manually in Confluence, so I assumed it was an internal Confluence directory?
Our Confluence instance is linked to Jira.
(I am brand new to the administrative functions of the system, so I apologize for my lack of knowledge in this area.)
Go to User Directories under Confluence administration > Users & Security. You can have multiple directories, and when you create users it will created in the first one that is writable. This is what I have in my test environment. The first directory is controlled by JIRA.
You can also check which directory a user belongs to by going to their profile under Confluence administration > Users. There is an entry in there that shows which directory they belong to.
Yes, your user accounts in Confluence are managed via JIRA.
I have the same setup, and would recommend that you check the sync from time to time. On a couple of occations the sync between Confluenc and JIRA has failed, and I have had to create a copy of the user directory to get it working again.
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