I tested JIRA 7 and noticed that I was not able to limit the browse user rights like I wanted. Please check the description below.
You will find this permission under the project permissions, not under the global permissions where I think you have been looking now.
When logged in on JIRA, perform the following steps:
Note, Permission Schemes can be used for multiple projects, so be aware if you make changes to one, it might impact other projects as well. If you do not want this to happen, first assign a copy of the current permission scheme to the project, before making the edits.
I did not help. I still can see the for example "customer 2" from project 1 even if this user has not any role in project 1.
I set my permissions for assignable user such that there's no one there.
I have been using JIRA for many years. We have 4.x version in production and this issue doesn't exist in that version.
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