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Hi,

I'm trying to setup a group of users that can only see a certain project.  So I

1) Setup a new project "uc-project"

2) Setup a new group "uc-users"

3) Amend the Project Role to include as Users the new group in 2 "uc-users"

4) Setup a new user and just add them to the single new group above "uc-users"

 

When I login as this user the login page says 

You do not have a permission to log in.

 

If I use the test permission feature they have permission to view project bugs as above.

If I add the user back to the jira-users group they can login (but they see other projects).

 

What am I doing wrong?

 

 

1 answer

Global Permission was my issue:

JIRA Users 

Ability to log in to JIRA. They are a 'user'. Any new users created will automatically join these groups, unless those groups have JIRA System Administrators or JIRA Administrators permissions.

Note: All users need this permission to log in to JIRA, even if they have other permissions.

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