Re: Question for Script of users permission.
From: "Dejan Sarka" <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2003 13:37:42 +0100
What errors do you get? My guess is that you should have scripted logins as
well, but I can't be sure - not enough info in your post.
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"NIITMALAD" <NIITMALAD@yahoo.co.in> wrote in message
> Dear Friends
> I have created a script for Users and roles so that i can
> restore the same if any problem arise in the SQL Database.
> As i have only one SQL server I have check the same on
> MSDE but it is not creating the USers and Roles as I have
> in my SQL server.
> Please suggest How i can test and be sure that i can
> restore my users and roles and do not need to give the
> permission for every object again in any disaster.
> Your guidance will be helpful for me to solve the problem
> Thanks in Advance.
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