This page might help you:
This excerpt in particular:
- Remove him from all the roles (we'll come back to this later).
- Delete the permission scheme you just created recently.
- Now, check all your other permission schemes. Do they have the following set:
- the groups users (the generic group for all users)?
- any roles (Developers, Users)?
- If there are users groups in most of the permission schemes, you would need to add a new group, as this would remove him from other permission schemes that doesn't have this new group; hence, eleiminating the possibility of him viewing other projects.
- Create a new group, and set this group to the JIRA Users global permission. This would allow him to login and logout.
- Create a new permission scheme, and set this new group to the Browse Projects permission.
- Ammend other permissions in this new scheme (such as adding developers and other users; do this via groups).
- Associate this new permission scheme to the said project.
- Add this user to this new group, and remove him from the users group
If you need something more issue-specific, try issue level security:
If you spend enough time as a Jira admin - whether you are managing a single, mid-sized instance, a large enterprise one or juggling multiple instances at once - you will eventually find yourself in ...
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