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I migrated two applications to the new server. One of the them works without any issues but the other ran into back end sql permission problems like

The EXECUTE permission was denied on the object ‘aspnet_CheckSchemaVersion’

I could find figure why one application would work and the other would not. They both run under the same application pool but uses different database. I didnont have to do anything for the one that to work, for the other I had to grant permission on [Network Service] user for each table, stored procedure which the application access.

Well I have resolved the problem now by making the two databases securables for Network Service. I dont know why I had to do this for one application while the other does not need it. My question is

What is SQL Server Securable in SQL Server Management Studio? You basically access them when you click on user -> Properties then go to second page on the left.

What is it used for? What is its proper use?What is its proper use?

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Securables

Lists the securables on which specific permissions have been granted or denied to  this principal.

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I migrated two applications to the new server. One of the them works without any issues but the other ran into back end sql permission problems like

The EXECUTE permission was denied on the object ‘aspnet_CheckSchemaVersion’

I could find figure why one application would work and the other would not. They both run under the same application pool but uses different database. I didnont have to do anything for the one that to work, for the other I had to grant permission on [Network Service] user for each table, stored procedure which the application access.

Well I have resolved the problem now by making the two databases securables for Network Service. I dont know why I had to do this for one application while the other does not need it. My question is

What is SQL Server Securable in SQL Server Management Studio? You basically access them when you click on user -> Properties then go to second page on the left.

What is it used for? What is its proper use?

From Micrsoft

Securables

Lists the securables on which specific permissions have been granted or denied to  this principal.

enter image description here

I migrated two applications to the new server. One of the them works without any issues but the other ran into back end sql permission problems like

The EXECUTE permission was denied on the object ‘aspnet_CheckSchemaVersion’

I could find figure why one application would work and the other would not. They both run under the same application pool but uses different database. I didnont have to do anything for the one that to work, for the other I had to grant permission on [Network Service] user for each table, stored procedure which the application access.

Well I have resolved the problem now by making the two databases securables for Network Service. I dont know why I had to do this for one application while the other does not need it. My question is

What is SQL Server Securable in SQL Server Management Studio? You basically access them when you click on user -> Properties then go to second page on the left.

What is it used for? What is its proper use?

From Microsoft

Securables

Lists the securables on which specific permissions have been granted or denied to  this principal.

enter image description here

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