DDL trigger

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Granting limited permissions to create views in another schema in SQL Server - Part 2

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In a previous tip, Granting limited permissions to create views in another schema in SQL Server, I showed how to use the CREATE VIEW permission and the ALTER SCHEMA permission to allow users to create new views using the same schema as the tables. However, I have found that the users can alter and drop tables in this schema which is beyond what I want them to do. A DENY CREATE TABLE does not work, so what can I do to prevent them from touching the tables in this way? In this tip I will show you how you can use a DDL trigger to prevent this unneeded access.

2009-08-17

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Blocking Users by IP

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SQL Server MVP Brian Kelley brings us a great new article that solves a problem that might help your security. In this short piece, we learn how we can use logon triggers to block users based on their IP address.

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2013-11-08 (first published: )

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