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Matt from Cloud Support, primary Confluence! I was chatting with some of our social teams and they asked me to take a look at this. I recently went through the process of figuring some of this out myself, so I am happy to share the knowledge where I can!
Based on your description, and the screenshot provided, it looks like you’re trying to:
You won't be able to work with Product groups at the organization level with the Cloud Admin API. The Atlassian management system is arranged similarly to how permissions/restrictions work. Within an Organization, you may have multiple sites, composed of different Atlassian product instances. All of these sites share the organization's user-base, however groups currently are managed at the site level.
After following the steps above, we should have gotten a list of groups with self-identifying links we can use in the response body to get a list of the users in the group:
I hope this helps! Please let me know if you have any questions on the information above, or if you're getting stuck somewhere along in the process.
Officially, basic authentication via the REST API, firstname.lastname@example.org:password has been deprecated. Instead what you will need to do to authenticate is by replacing your account password in the basic auth header with the API Key generated in Reference block  above.