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A user belongs to multiple groups


A user belongs to multiple groups

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Biank
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Hello,

I'm a bit confused about permissions. If a user, User1, belong to multiple groups, say
ADGroup1 --> SQLGroup2 --> SELECT permission on Table1, Table2 in DB1
ADGroup2 --> SQLGroup3 --> INSERT/UPDATE permission on Table1 and Table3 in DB1
ADGroup3 --> SQLGroup9 --> VIEW Definition to DB3

In this case, what permission the User1 has it? I think all of it since this user is part of those 3 AD groups and these AD groups are member of SQL groups that the permissions have been set.

Is this right or is there something that I missed?

Thanks much!!
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All security in SQL Server is cumulative unless an explicity DENY in one group overrides a setting from another. That includes both internal (SQL) and external (AD) group associations. So you're correct, they'd have every permission listed above, barring another one that's not listed with a DENY to a particular one.


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thanks a lot for clarification.
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