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Permissions for Public Role


Permissions for Public Role

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Rachie
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Hi all,

I have been searching all the forums but unable to find a answer to this problem.

I am trying to see what are the permissions for the user role Public. I tried sp_helprotect but it shows object permissions like "Execute", "Select". What I am looking for are statement permissions like "Create View", etc.

Although sp_srvrolepermission displays the kind of permissions I am looking for, public role is nowhere to be found. Can anyone help?

If public role already has certain default permissions, why can't I see they displayed upon sp_srvrolepermission?
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Shouldn't that make it obvious that the Public role has no rights beyond SELECT?


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I understand that Public only has "Execute" and "Select".
But these are object permissions.

I am looking for a way to display statement permissions which are the following:
Create Table
Create View
Create Procedure
Create Default
Create Function
Create Rule
Backup Database
Backup Log

I read that Public by default does not have any of these permissions. But I remembered assigning some of these to Public.

I used query: exec sp_srvrolepermission. It returns the kind of permissions I want but Public is nowhere to be found. Does it means that Public did not get the assigned permissions?
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