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Does SMO require any special privileges, in order to run?


Does SMO require any special privileges, in order to run?

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Rod
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I've been looking into learning SMO so that I can determine the database roles a user is a member of. Today I got an email from our chief security officer, referencing the app I wrote on my machine, saying the SEP (our corporate anti-virus) "... keeps getting blocked by SEP".

So I've got to ask, does SMO require special permissions of any sort?


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