By default atlassian products install by Windows Administrator.
But it may be safer to create individual users?
Does that make sense?
We strongly recommend to use an individual and dedicated user for JIRA Service, and any other Atlassian Application installed in the Server.
You can find more information on how to change the user on Windows in the page below:
For more information about creating a dedicated user account and defining which directories this account should have write access to, refer to our guidelines
Example. Hacked Jira. It runs under the user Jira. But if Stash work under the user Stash than GIT data will be safe. This is the main idea? But! If activated Crowd with auto login? From hacked Jira hackers can kidnap cookies and substitute them in Stash. And download source code. All right?
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