How do i see which projects a Group has access/permissions/roles assigned to.

Paul Fechner January 28, 2022

I have a Group which i think is not used and would like to delete it.

Is there a way I can confirm it is not used within any projects?

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Kerli Loopman October 25, 2022

Has anyone ever came up with a solution or workaround for that in Cloud?

I am really struggling to manage groups that might not be in use anymore, it is not reasonable to check all Confluence Cloud space and pages restrictions, projects access, filters and dashboards shares, permissions schemas, automations manually before removing the group.

   

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Shahroz Naeem September 27, 2022

@Paul Fechner did you ever find an answer? I'm currently reviewing the accesses as part of a security audit and this would really help in that.

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Ismail Sanni January 28, 2022

Hi @Paul Fechner 

I think you can only see the group's members and their product access, but there should be way to check. 

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Giampiero Celluprica March 1, 2024

I have seen that there is a feature request suggesting the implementation of this ability:
https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRACLOUD-71967
Please, click on vote and watch to receive updates about the feature.

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Rilwan Ahmed
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January 28, 2022

@Paul Fechner 

Here is the solution: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jirakb/how-to-identify-group-usage-in-jira-441221524.html

Replace ('helpdesk', 'administrators') with a comma-separated list of the groups you want to check for usages

John Funk
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January 28, 2022

Not sure that applies to Jira Cloud though. 

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Rick Westbrock June 22, 2023

That article definitely doesn't apply to cloud since all it does is provide SQL queries and of course we don't have direct database access in the cloud.

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