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Posted Tuesday, June 11, 2013 12:37 PM
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What are the minimum privileges / permissions / database roles needed to grant a user (besides granting sysadmin) to:
1) Create and run DTS packages.
2) Create, run and review job history.

For #1: I am guessing DB_DATAREADER and DB_DATAWRITER to MSDB??
For #2: I'm not sure about granting MASTER db.

What is the minimum I should grant?

Thanks.
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Always use the fixed roles of MSDB instead of granting permissions directly.
I believe for job controlling from the SQL Agent you need sysadmin permissions.

Oops I see I am in the SQL 2000 forum. These roles didn't exists back then.


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SQL2000

What are the minimum privileges / permissions / database roles needed to grant a user (besides granting sysadmin) to:
1) Create and run DTS packages.
2) Create, run and review job history.

For #1: I am guessing DB_DATAREADER and DB_DATAWRITER to MSDB??
For #2: I'm not sure about granting MASTER db.

What is the minimum I should grant?

Thanks.


I'm pretty sure that, in SQL Server 2000, only SA privs will fit the bill here.


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