If people are the Project Lead for a project, and also added to the Project Role of Administrator, should they not be able to access the Project Administration? For some reason, this is not happening.
In Permission Schemes, editing the scheme associated with most projects. For Administrator, when you Edit, the Grant Permission dialog appears. Permission = Administer Projects. I selected Project Role=Administrators. However, when I use the Permission Helper, it says that a person who is in the Administrators Role does not have Administer Project Permissions. It works for some people, but not others and the projects are using the same permission scheme. Any idea what's up?
If you want to be able to add a "global" set of project admins, that aren't JIRA admins, I'd create a group, and explicitly add that group to the permission scheme. That will give members of that group "Administer Projects" independent of the individual project role membership. The role membership is, by design, for individual project management.
Alternately, you could add that group to each project, but that will enable 'local' project admins to also remove them, should any exist.
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