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Creating a Basic Policy in SSMS - SQL School Video


Creating a Basic Policy in SSMS - SQL School Video

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Great Video. I have a question. We have a group of developers that rollout scripts to specific servers. I need to grant them permissions that will allow them to rollout the queries. Can this be accomplished with Policy Based Management.

For Example:

User1 needs to be able to create tables and sprocs on Database1. I need to ensure that these permissions are set on all databases on specific servers.

Thanks in advance.



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