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Trying to give a Confluence user the ability to invite Guests. I managed to provide them with Confluence-only admin rights but those don't allow access to admin.atlassian.com. I can't have standard users with full admin rights to Jira. Is there a way to invite Guests without full admin rights?
Rodrigo with Atlassian Support managed to find a workaround to do exactly what I needed. I moved the handful of users in our 'site-admins' group to the 'administrators' group and placed the 1 user who needs Invite Guest perms in the 'site-admins' group. That group gives her access to admin.atlassian which is necessary in order to invite Guests. Then, via Global Permissions, I removed that group's ability to access Jira product. In theory she can elevate her own perms if she tries but she acknowledged in writing that she won't.
Hi @Chris Collie ,
As far as I'm aware of, they'll need that level of access to managed users. Org/site admins would add the users to the instance, however, space admins will be the ones assigning the guest to the space.
Tried reviewing the documentation on guest. Didn't see anything in the article that shows other roles having that permission.