grant user only access to specific projects

Hi list,

is it possible to grant a user only access to several projects?

Regards,

Tilman Walter

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Tilman,

Yes, it's possible:

1. Go to Administration -> Users

2. Find user and click on it

3. Open User Own Roles tab

4. Click Assign Role

5. In opened dialog select role and projects

As a result user gets selected role for selected projects only.

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You can do the same for group of users: Administration -> Groups -> Group -> Roles



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Am 14.10.11 09:44, schrieb Vadim Gurov:

Tilman,

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Yes, it's possible:

1. Go to Administration ->  Users

2. Find user and click on it

3. Open User Own Roles tab

4. Click Assign Role

5. In opened dialog select role and projects

As a result user gets selected role for selected projects only.

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You can do the same for group of users: Administration ->  Groups ->  Group ->  Roles

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Original message URL: http://devnet.jetbrains.net/message/5322240#5322240

Dear Vadim,

thanks for your reply.

I just tried that, but unfortunately this does result in the desired

behaviour. The user is still able to see all projects and all issues. It

seems to me that specifying "User Own Role" limits only the way a user

can interact with a project and not the visibility.

Regards,

Tilman

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Tilman,

This means that user has access to project also via his groups.

Pls, check permissions, granted to groups, in which desired user is included (first of all, All Users and Registered Users).

If you're using default installation, then Registered Users group must have Read Issues for all projects. I beleive, revoking this permission will solve the problem.

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Am 17.10.11 12:22, schrieb Vadim Gurov:

Tilman,

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This means that user has access to project also via his groups.

Pls, check permissions, granted to groups, in which desired user is included (first of all, All Users and Registered Users).

If you're using default installation, then Registered Users group must have Read Issues for all projects. I beleive, revoking this permission will solve the problem.

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Original message URL: http://devnet.jetbrains.net/message/5322732#5322732

Dear Vadim,

thank for your reply. You are right, it was my fault.

The problem was in the permissions of "ALL USERS"-group. There were all

projects mapped. Unfortunately there is no way to hide all projects from

this group (if no project is selected than all projects are visible).

So after selecting a project for all users, this issue is solved.

Thank you very much.

Regards,

Tilman

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Tilman,

To hide all projects from group All Users, simple unassign all roles, assigned to this group:

Admin->Groups->All Users->Roles->Unassign

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Hi,

I´ve got the same problem, but this procedure doesn´t solve the problem. The 'All Users' group has no role assigned. If I try to assign the role 'Developer' to 'mygroup' and choose the 'Edit' operation of this role, I´m able to select 'myproject'. But when I submit with 'OK', nothing has changed: the role 'Developer' of the group 'mygroup' is still assigned to 'All Projects'.

Any ideas/ hints?

regards,
raphael
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ok, problem solved: If there´s just 1 project registered, the selection to 1 specific project has no effect. If there are more projects registered, the selection of 1 specific project, the 'Projects' column of the role tab displays '1 project' instead of 'All projects'.
It doesn´t make sense in my opinion, but finally it works ;)
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