Controlling access to build plans
You can use global permissions to control the users and groups that have access to build plans, and the actions they can perform.
Common global permissions tasks are:
- Granting plan permissions in bulk — control the users and groups that can perform actions on plans (e.g. edit, build, clone).
- Granting global permissions to users or groups — control the users and groups that can create plans, delete plans, and administer Bamboo.
- Allowing anonymous access to Bamboo — allow people not logged in to Bamboo to generate reports, and view plans and build results.
You can also change the permissions for an individual plan: see Configuring a plan's permissions.
Controlling access to the Bamboo server
Global security and permission properties allow a Bamboo system administrator to configure security- and permission-related properties that apply to Bamboo at a site-wide level.
Read more about configuring Bamboo's global security and permission properties: