Using the instance of Jira Service Desk without login. This means each user needs to add their email address to the ticket.
Many users are receiving this error: Current user is not active
It appears they are in the list of Jira users, but they have no site access. No access to any JIRA product. I remove their names from the user list and any references in Groups.
Still they receive the error. Help please!
Ps. I cannot enable forced login, our IT was no help and our users aren't receiving the email confirmation to confirm their account. Thus, we had to shut off login.
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The error "Current user is not active" means that they already have an account on the site, but their account is inactive.
Please, go to User management > Jira Service Desk to confirm if those accounts are active on the site. If not, please activate them so they will be able to create new tickets.
If they were added as internal users, check on User management > Users. You can give them access, but remove the default groups, so they won't count as a license.
Hi, I'm experiencing the same problem. We have our Service Desk Portal configured so that users must provide their email address with all request types (unless they have Jira / Service Desk accounts and can therefore login prior to submitting a request).
One user is receiving the "current user is not active" error message when providing their email address on all request forms (from a non-logged in state). I've checked both paths outlined in the response above and that user email is not listed anywhere although I do know that at one time they were a user in Confluence. How can I resolve this so that that user can submit request forms using their primary email address?
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When the message "Current user is not active" appears it means that they do have an account on the site already, but they are deactivated.
As a site administrator, please go to Cog Icon > User management and check on both Users and Jira Service Desk if their account is there.
Make sure to change the filter to show all users and customers.
If you don't find them, if you don't mind, you can let me know their full name so I can check here if they show as inactive, otherwise, you can create a ticket with our support on support.atlassian.com/contact so they can access the database your site and the database to see what happened.
I can confirm that the user is not internal because it doesn't show here that it's inactive, so the place to find the account would be User management > Jira Service Desk.
If you filtered to show all customers and cmarshall is still not visible for you to delete or reactivate, then I would suggest you contact our support on support.atlassian.com/contact, so they will be able to access the database in order to see what happened.
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