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As title indicates, searching or browsing a group doesnt show its members. However, when I choose a modify group function, for that same logged in user, the group members are visible. So it doesnt seem to be a permissions issue defined in Console Security Roles. I've gone over the AdaxesConfig site's settings and members should be visible. No implicit or explicit filters to viewing members that I can see. What could be causing this?

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Hello,

What exactly do you mean by a group doesnt show its members? Could you, please, post here or send us (support@adaxes.com) a screenshot of what you see?

Any additional details will be much appreciated.

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