Re: grant permission on system sps,xps
Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 09:54:31 -0700
Sure, select the Stored Procedures or Extended Stored Procedures container
in the proper database, right click on the object you wish to grant
permissions to, select Properties, and click the Permissions button.
Hope this helps,
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"Martin de vroom" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I have just created a user in my sql server 2000 ent edition sp3.
> The login uses sql authentication.
> I have been able to add certain statement permissions by right clicking on
> the database node in question in EM and selecting the correct permission.
> I have also given them access to a few user defined sp's.
> My question is how do I give the user access to system sp's and extended
> sp's. Can I do this thought EM or do i have to script it via query
> any help is appreciated.
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