Chapter 9. Managing SQL Server 2008 Security

Microsoft SQL Server 2008 is being used more frequently both within organizations and for external access to information. Whether employees, contractors, or outside users access your databases, your job as an administrator is to manage that database access efficiently. You do this by creating user logins, configuring login permissions, and assigning roles. The permissions and roles you assign determine which actions users can perform as well as what ...

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