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Remove Exec Permissions To Extended Stored Procs

I created this script to simplify the process of restricting access to high risk extended stored procedures. It will find any user or role which has execute permissions on any of the stored procedures in the "#High_Risk_Stored_Procs" temp table and will generate the relevant revoke statements to remove those permissions.The current list of stored procedures […]

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2006-11-27 (first published: )

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