sp_DBPermissions V2.0


September 18, 2013 by Kenneth Fisher

Last month I posted my stored procedures sp_SrvPermissions and sp_DBPermissions. I’m posting V2.0 of each with a few fixes. The fixes are listed at the bottom of the comments block.

sp_DBPermissions is a stored procedure that will output 3 record sets containing information on the database level principals, what roles they belong to and what explicit permissions they have.

NOTE: I’ve removed the code and put in a link to the latest version.

One thought on “sp_DBPermissions V2.0

  1. […] either restore the backup you took earlier (you did take one right?) to a different location and script out the permissions or you can make a point of scripting out the permissions ahead of time. I recommend scripting out […]

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