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Attachments Permissions

Starting from version 1.7.7, we have introduced a new permission type that gives you more control over your attachment security.

With this new feature you will be able to decide who can open/download other's attachments.

Instructions:

  1. Go to Issues → Permission Schemes.
  2. Click the name of the permission scheme you want to configure.
  3. Scroll down to the Attachments Permissions section.
  4. Click the Edit link for the Access Attachments permission and select the required permission (group or user).
  5. Click Grant.


Notes:

  • Users without this permission will see a lock picture instead of the actual content.
  • All users are able to open their own attachments, while they have access to the issue.


After the installation or an update to this version, it is important to note that this new permission type isn't granted to any user. By default, users will only be able to open their own attachments.

Go to IssuesPermission Schemes.


Scroll down to the Attachments Permissions section.


Grant permission to the desired Project Roles, Groups or Users.


Users without permission will see a lock picture instead of the real content.

Encrypted Custom Fields Permissions

Starting from version 1.7.11, we have introduced a new permission type that gives you more control over your encrypted custom fields.

With this feature you can decide who can view/edit encrypted custom fields.

Instructions:

  1. Go to Issues → Permission Schemes.
  2. Click the name of the permission scheme you want to configure.
  3. Scroll down to the Issue Permissions section.
  4. Click the Edit link for the Access Encrypted Custom Fields permission and select the required permission (group or users).
  5. Click Grant.


Users without this permission:

  • Will see the encrypted value instead of the real value of the custom field.
  • Won't be able to add/edit the values of encrypted custom fields.
  • Won't see the Encrypted Fields History activity tab.


After the installation or an update to this new version, it is important to note that this new permission type isn't granted to any user. By default, users won't be able to see/edit encrypted custom fields.

Go to IssuesPermission Schemes.


Scroll down to the Issue Permissions section.


Grant permission to the desired Project Roles, Groups or Users.


Users without permission will see the encrypted values.