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Problem with write access for Windows users on SQL 2008 R2


Problem with write access for Windows users on SQL 2008 R2

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phani112
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Hi,

I am having strange issue with my SQL 2008 R2 Server. We have an active-active cluster with 2 different instances running on it. On one of the instance which is installed recently, when I add windows users and assign db_reader & db_writer permissions but users are not able to write anything to database. We have similar setup in another location where everything works fine as expected. I have compared all permissions and roles. It is not a complex permissions to miss anything. No problem for users with sysadmin permissions.

At the moment I don't have any clue whats wrong? Is SQL 2008 R2 installation could be corrupted or some components missing?? Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Can you check the DB if those users are disabled?
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User is newly added and I can login to the database with the same user ID. Only problem is with write access to the database. When I check the error details, it says you are not the database owner.
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Can you check if the user has added to the role

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I have already checked it and confirmed that only db_reader, db_writer & public were selected
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