Creating schemas without DBO permission

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 31 Aug 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

One result of having the correct care with the access permissions in our databases is the need to avoid the DBO permission even to the users responsible for the database model. Using the database roles such as ddl_admin or even in more grainy ways it’s easy to achieve this goal. However, it’s more complex when …The post Creating schemas without DBO permission appeared first on Simple Talk....

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