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According to the docs the JIRA User's permission is the permission that allows users to login.
I do not see this permission.
When I look at my global permissions (secure/admin/GlobalPermissions!default.jspa) I only see the following permissions:
JIRA System Administrators
Create Shared Objects
Manage Group Filter Subscriptions
I 'm experimenting with permissions and I created a new user and removed it from the jira-core-users group. Now want to give it just the login permission (without having to add it to the jira-core users group).
Ok I'm more confused now. Is application access a permission?
Is jira-core-users a permission or a group? How is jira-core-users given login access or is it not possible to separate the login permission from the jira-core-users group?
Is there no actual "login" permission at all and the only way to give a user login access is to put them in the jira-core-users group? Because if I do that they have access to see and do just about everything.
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