I have a user that wants to use SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) to run SELECT statements. I don't want him to be able to modify data. I can't regulate his permissions through Windows ...
I am using a user which has read permission only. It basically has permission to Connect Execute However, it does not have execute permissions on Functions and Stored Procedures. In part of my ...
By default, in SQL Server, the [public] role has EXECUTE rights on sp_executesql. However, I've inherited a database server where the previous DBA has revoked the EXECUTE right on sp_executesql. As ...
What yould be the sql statement (that the user postgres will execute) so it will be impossible for the postgres user user1 to delete (drop) databases? Or can I add a rule into some config file?
I am looking for a t-sql script which can list the databases and and the respective roles/privileges mapped for a particular user. Using SQL Server 2008 R2. Regards Mohammed