Got it working

Got it working thank you

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That's because the "localhost" hostname can only be accessed from your machine (see here).

To access from another place, you need to make sure the users are in the same network and can reach your computer's hostname or IP Address. (see here).

Hope that helps.

Cheers,

Right, localhost :)

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Neither of that. The user might not have "JIRA Users" global permission.

Please check the global permissions and make sure the user is a member of the group that has the "JIRA Users" permission. See https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Managing+Global+Permissions for more details.

It is amazing how people always rally up to downvote when they don't usually have the same enthusiasm to up vote something :)

where you have installed jira? i mean on your machine or any server?

whether he is able to access login page?

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