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Posted Monday, May 5, 2014 7:37 AM
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Hi,

If you do not want to assign db_owner or sysadmin rights to a user. But you want them to be able to do the following below, what permissions will you need to assign to him/her and how would you do this?

1. DB growth report
2. DB health report
3. DB patches/updates outstanding
4. DB upgrades and requirements to complete the upgrades
5. Reporting on DB Dumps and Backups


Your assistance will be highly appreciated.
Kind Regards,
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Posted Monday, May 5, 2014 7:51 AM


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All the tasks you mentioned belong to the DBA.
If you don't want to grant sysadmin permissions to a DBA, you're doing it wrong.


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