Why can I view all projects?

Hi, Sir,

Project-A is set with permission scheme-A, and only "A" group can browse the project.

Project-B is set with permission scheme-B, and only "B" group can browse the project.

Is there a way to set restriction so that B group users cannot view Project-A, and A group users cannot view project-B?

In our case, our A group users can view project-B. We like to know the reason why? And what needs to be done to correct this problem.




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You've probably got "jjira users" in as a user in the projects.  As that is the "can log in" group, you'll find you can access everything.

There's no way to set a restriction, what you need to do is analyse why you have access and remove it.

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Joseph Pitt Community Champion Aug 27, 2015

I suggest using user roles. It allows a very fine level of control of who can do what in a project. And the project lead controls it so you don't need to wait for a JIRA admin to add/delete users to group.

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