Staging jira is on version 64 and production jira is

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Staging Jira is on version 6.4 and production Jira is on version 6.3. Why did this happen? A. The apps installed on staging are not the same as on production. B. The production and staging instances are using different versions of Jira. C. You exported the workflow as XML instead of JWB. D. Custom post-functions are not included in workflow export. Answer: D
Reference: Question: 65 You have planned, tested, and performed a Jira upgrade. The upgrade appeared to be a success; however, after several hours of use, your users are reporting significant problems and you decide to roll back. Which two effects do you expect to see after the rollback? (Choose two.)
Answer: DE Question: 66 Your user directories are configured as shown:
The Active Directory administrators have just started the process of copying all the users from the old Company B directory to Company A directory. During this process, the group membership is being changed to allow for more fine-grained security control. A large number of migrated users complain that they do not have the correct new group memberships. Which configuration change should you perform?

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