I'm seeing a strange issue. I want to use SSMS to assign a login to a database with db_datareader and db_datawriter roles. Everything looks like it works, but when I go back to view the login's properties, the checkbox next to the database is gone, as if I hadn't checked it.
However, the db_datareader and db_datawriter checkboxes ARE checked, and they stay checked when I (again) check the box next to the database name. Two other databases for the same login don't show that issue.
These databases were migrated from a SQL Server 2000 Standard Edition server to a SQL 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition server - but they are still in SQL 2000 (80) compatibility mode. Not sure if that is relevant.
Has anyone else seen this behavior? If so, does anyone know why it happens and how I can resolve it? It is annoying, but even worse may be a factor in some permissions errors some clients are reporting.
Also, I have run the query below to see if I have somehow orphaned this user, but that query returns 0 rows.
EXEC sp_change_users_login 'Report';
Thanks for any help!
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