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we have about 28000 Users in our Active Directory. Users with access to JIRA are less than 100.
When I share an issue, the list of the uses contains all 28k.
How can I change JIRA, so that this list only contains users that have JIRA access?
When you use Active Directory as Jira User Directory you can use ldap filter to get only the user that have access to jira.
How do you grant you 100 User access to Jira?
In our case our jira users are members of active directory groups (jira-core-users and jira-software-users). we have also alot of users that dont have access to jira.
So i have created a filter to get only the user that are in the above mentioned groups. LDAP filter looks like this:
(the number behind membersOf is the LDAP matching rule OID, google it for more information)
that query has to be entered in your ad-settings in Jira in the user schema settings part in "User Object Filter":
I would also give you a link to jira documentation but its not working today. so i hope this is enough help
But for this solution I need our IT, because they have to create & manage the LDAP Group.
Now, as JIRA Admin, I set these groups manually (Read Only, with Local Groups):
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