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accepted Windows Server Manager Kerberos error 0x80090322
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comment Windows Server Manager Kerberos error 0x80090322
Nice addition, thanks!
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answered Windows Server Manager Kerberos error 0x80090322
Feb
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comment Use Active Directory Administrative Center outside domain
I intend to run multiple machines so I'm a little concerned about footprint (especially memory). I'm assuming Core takes less resources than the GUI version.
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accepted Use Active Directory Administrative Center outside domain
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comment Use Active Directory Administrative Center outside domain
Maybe I should extend my environment with an OS version that actually has a GUI then (or stick with Powershell). Thanks for the answer.
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Apr
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comment Get permissions in fixed or user-defined server roles in SQL Server 2012
Thanks, I hadn't found the second link yet but it's a good overview of the permissions mapped to the fixed server roles.
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accepted Get permissions in fixed or user-defined server roles in SQL Server 2012
Apr
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revised Get permissions in fixed or user-defined server roles in SQL Server 2012
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Apr
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comment Get permissions in fixed or user-defined server roles in SQL Server 2012
Ok, that's maybe not the best example. But the same is true for the other fixed server roles, they do not have permissions in sys.server_permissions. I updated my question with a query and its result, joining sys.server_permissions with sys.server_principals.
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comment Get permissions in fixed or user-defined server roles in SQL Server 2012
Didn't realize that roles are principals too. Still missing a part of the picture though: sysadmin, for example, is nowhere to be found in sys.server_permissions, implying this role doesn't have any permissions.