I want to setup my permissions in JIRA and Confluence so that it works the following way:
Internal users, Company A clients can view
Internal users, Company B clients can view
and so on.
I've tried making specific roles and groups for a test client user, but every time I use my test client user I'm able to navigate to all of our projects. I need to be able to isolate them so that people from other companies can't accidentally navigate to other projects from a different company.
Thank you for your help!
Thank you @Davin Studer! That makes sense for Confluence. How would I accomplish the same in JIRA? Would I need a separate permission scheme for each company/client? I feel like the jira-users group that's required for all projects is causing the issue.
This is done via space permissions. You need to set the internal users group and the group for company A to have access to Space A. If you do not give the company B group access to space A then they should not see it. Also make sure that anonymous access for all your spaces is turned off.
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