We are at our max license count. I need to see a list of everyone who has access to see if there are any I can do without. I don't believe there is a clean way to do this. At some point in the dim and distant past I had an SQL query that IT could run for me, but I seem to have lost it.
Anyone know a way I can get my list?
First, sanity check on the groups. Go to Admin -> Global Permissions and take note of the groups listed under "Jira administrators", "Jira System Administrators" and "Jira Users" (it's usually just "jira administrators" and "jira-users", but it's worth checking). Those three lines determine who can log in.
Then, the simple one - go to user administration and have a look through each of those groups
You'll generally find you don't care about the admins, the users are what matter. Later versions of Jira implement an inactive flag as well. The user list should tell you their last login date (again, depends on version, but that's been there fro a long time now)
As for the SQL, it depends on what the user directories are... (ldap, crowd, internal, something else...)
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