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restrict Users, so they have only access to the assigned project and cannot see other projects

how can make this settings? I am running the jira cloud solution as administrator. thank you very much

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Alexander Ling
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Oct 07, 2019 • edited

Hello @JF

Take a look at this link

Go to:

Jira settings > Issues > Permission schemes

In there you can set what project role/groups/users that have access to your project.

If you want to restrict a user to only one project you need to restrict all other projects to project roles/groups/specific users and not the default "any logged-in user". 

With a good permission scheme you can set a browse project permission to your specific user :-) 

Hope that solves your problem!


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