Re: giving a user the ability to add logins and users to a database
Date: 04/22/04

Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2004 14:03:40 -0700

This does not work. I just created a user gave it
security admin role on the server and then gave it both
accessadmin and securityadmin. I get permission denied
when I try to add the user.

Please help.
>-----Original Message-----
>Members of the server role securityadmin can add logins,
>grant access to Windows logins.
>Members of the database roles db_owner and db_accessadmin
>can grant access to the databases in which they are
>of that role.
>On Thu, 22 Apr 2004 13:01:35 -0700, "Matt."
><> wrote:
>>I need to give a user the ability to create logins and
>>then add that login to a database. Is it possible to do
>>this without granting System Administrator Role? I
>>seem to do this any other way then giving the user
>>sysadmin. Any help would be greatly apperciated.

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