I am doing tests with Crowd. I have integrated it with two installations of Confluence wiki. I am trying to create users/groups now in such a way on Crowd that one user is admin on one Confluence Wiki but is normal user on other Confluence Wiki. Please guide me how we will achieve that.
Two ways I can think of:
1) I don't know if this one is possible as I've not used Crowd recently, but I think you can separate out the user-directory for the group(s) <> application mapping. This feels messy and I don't like the idea
2) Change the confluence admin groups. By default, Confluence administrators are members of a group called "confluence-administrators". Create a new group (or two), called something like confluence-2-admins, and add yourself into it. Then go into one of the confluences, go to global permissions, add confleunce-2-admins to the "can administrate confluence" permission and remove confluence-administrators.
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