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Select ALL logins, users, and user groups shown in SSMS Security > Logins


Select ALL logins, users, and user groups shown in SSMS Security > Logins

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mgmiller
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Apologies for the repost. I may have posted in the incorrect (SQL Server 2005 General Discussion) forum.

I want to select all logins, users, and user groups that are shown in the Security > Logins folder in SSMS.

I run this command:
select * from sys.sql_logins
select * from sysusers

The folder in SSMS has 66 items, but the query only returns 14 and 22 rows, even including things not shown in the folder such as db_owner, db_accessadmin, etc.
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select * from sys.server_principals

that will have domain users, as well as all the built in users; the sql_logins is a limited view of that same data(WHERE type_desc = 'SQL_LOGIN').

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Thank you Lowell!

Tell me how to give you points and I will. =]
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