Yesterday I added Service Levels in some of our Request Types to try to restrict certain agents from editing request types that do not fall in their area of expertise. Very shortly afterwards, I started getting reports from some Jira Service Management users (non agents) that they were getting a No Access message when trying to submit the Request Type with the Service Level set. Oddly, it does not seem to be all non agent users who are blocked. If I remove the Service Level field from the Request Type, the user is able to submit the request type. Why is this happening to some users and not others?
Are you referring "Security Level" (Issue security)? If so, then security level is usually assigned to the issue after the issue is created. In addition, you should always include "Reporter" as a member of your security level setup.
Hope this helps.
Best, Joseph Chung Yin
Jira/JSM Functional Lead, Global Infrastructure Applications Team
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