Permissions are complex! Permissions management is not easy. You have a lot to deal with Direct user privileges via grants Privileges to AD Group login of which user is part of User could be part of multiple AD groups which have a login on the instance Privileges granted to the role that user is in … Continue reading SQL Server – Find Effective Permissions of An User At Database, Server or Object Level – The Right Way!
Our Windows security setup is completely (well, mostly 🙂 ) AD groups based. When new employees are hired, we ask for an existing employee after whom the new employees permissions should be mirrored. In other words, if we added the new employee to the same AD groups (that are related to SQL Server of course), … Continue reading Compare AD group membership of two users
Normally, it is easy enough to setup a Linked Server on SQL Server to other data sources. Problems are usually caused by one of the usual culprits that have to be addressed SQL Logins simply do not work well when trying to do this type of setup The Windows login has to have permissions to the … Continue reading Setup a Linked Server to MS Access from SQL Server – Beat the errors