It's possible to use automatic SSO between JIRA et Confluence


It's possible when I am connected to JIRA to connect to confluence automatically?

Application Links is configured between JIRA and Confluence.

I use the Remote Jira Directory in Confluence.

Thanks a lot for your reply,


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Not directly, you need some SSO software. The easiest one for these two is Crowd - you'll be able to import directly from Jira, tell Jira and Confluence to use Crowd instead of the Jira internal database and then tick the SSO flag.

Hello, @Nic Brough [Adaptavist], could you tell me if Crowd requires some sort of interaction with the local network user configurations?

I don't know what you mean by "local network user"?

Hi, I mean domain users. I was told that to use Crowd I'm supposed to integrated it with the AD configurations, which is something I wouldn't want to. I've tried to find an answer to this doubt, but I couldn't.

It'll work fine with domain users as they're pulled from AD.

However, there is a problem with the use of the "Domain Users" group.

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