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Hello,
I am trying to execute xp_logininfo.
Part of the KB says: "membership in the public fixed database role in the master database with EXECUTE permission granted". I understand how to set the public role which is on by default when I map the database.

However, how do I set EXECUTE permission? Is this on the database or just the sp?

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Hi,

Yes you need to grant permissions to the proc. Such as this:

GRANT EXECUTE on xp_logininfo to [Database_User]

Depending on how you feel about assigning permissions for users directly against objects, you could also create a role then add the relevant user account to this and grant the role EXECUTE permissions.
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simon.guerin 52106 (7/23/2014)
Hi,

Yes you need to grant permissions to the proc. Such as this:

GRANT EXECUTE on xp_logininfo to [Database_User]

Depending on how you feel about assigning permissions for users directly against objects, you could also create a role then add the relevant user account to this and grant the role EXECUTE permissions.

Thanks simon.guerin.

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