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usp_SecurCreation - SQL 2k5/2k8

By Pedro Lopes MS,

Creates statements for Server level Privileges to User or User Group, Procedures/Functions, Table and Column Level Privileges creation to User or User Group. Useful when migrating a server, for example.

Usage:

To script all users and DBs securables: EXEC usp_SecurCreation
To script one user securables: EXEC usp_SecurCreation @User= '<User>'
To script one DB securables: EXEC usp_SecurCreation @DB='<DBName>'
To script one DB and user securables: EXEC usp_SecurCreation @User= '<User>', @DB='<DBName>'

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