Here is scenario:
There are 2 directories in JIRA (v. 6.2.7): first is internal and another is from AD (with option "Read Only, with Local Groups", nesting is enabled)
There are two users: INT (in internal dir) and AD (from active-directory/LDAP dir),
and two groups, defined in JIRA: A and AA (AA is nested into A).
Both users INT and AD are members of AA group.
In JIRA instance, user INT is attributed to A group (as expected) , but user AD is NOT in A group (that is strange). I.e, group A is not shown in group list for AD user at Users page, and JIRA does not recognize AD as a member of A group in schemes, projects, etc.
In Confluence instance, that uses JIRA as directory provider, both INT and AD users attributed to A group as well as to AA.
Why does it work this way and how to make it working as expected? (Both AD and IND users shall be attributed to A group in JIRA)?
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