So I have gotten pretty familiar with Jira Administration. I have a question about setting up permissions.
I am a Jira System Admin. I have three projects created. I have two groups for each project, users and admins. I want to set it up so that say people is admin_project1 can only admin project 1. Is this done with permissions schemes?
I have a default permissions scheme that uses project roles to assign permissions. My two roles are admin and users. How do I set this up correctly, I am a bit confused.
Use projetc role "Administrators" in the permission scheme to admin projects. Go to the individual projects and add admin_project1/admin_project2 group under Administrator role depending on which project you are in.
In short, use roles in the permission scheme and add groups in to those roles in the project.
So I have a user John Smith in a group called Admin_CNS. Under the CNS project I added Admin_CNS group to the role of Project_Admin. I have a default permission scheme that has the role projec_admin in the administer projects permission.
When I log in as that user, i see the admin screen, and I see the one project, but it doesnt let me do anything with it.
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