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Removing permissions

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kevriley
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Thanks for the question. It was a pleasure to answer it.

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I thought it helpful to add the following from MSDN

The REVOKE statement can be used to remove granted permissions, and the DENY statement can be used to prevent a principal from gaining a specific permission through a GRANT.


This would further help clarify the difference between GRANT and DENY - hopefully.

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Kelsey Thornton
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Nice question. Cool

Must admit I had to go to BOL to check on what I believed to be the answer (I was right!).

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this was a better question than the previous one... i m happy to get this one right :-D
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The REVOKE statement can be used to remove granted permissions,

Grant statement Granting ALL is equivalent to granting the permissions

DENY statement can be used to prevent a principal from gaining a specific permission through a GRANT.

it was a better question than old past two days..!
Keep like this going on ..
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Good question..looking at few QotD last few days...Thanks
Peter Trast
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Nicely worded question as a DENY is used to override any non-explicit permission. Another excellent example for my class! Smile

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It always amazes me how many people think only in terms of GRANT and DENY. Great question.



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