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Use the Permissions page or the Securables page to view or set the permissions for securables. This page can be opened from many locations. The contents of the page can change slightly, depending on how the page is opened and what it contains. The top grid of the page might be populated when the page opens, or it might be empty. To add items to the upper grid, click Search. In the upper grid, select an item, and then set the appropriate permissions on the Explicit tab. To view aggregated permissions, use the Effective tab.
To understand the possible combinations of securables and principals, see the securable-specific syntax links in the topic GRANT (Transact-SQL). For more information, see Securables.
The upper grid contains one or more items for which permissions can be set. This dialog box provides the Search button for selecting objects or principals to add to the upper grid. The name of the grid might display Securables or one or more types of securables or principals. The columns that are displayed in the upper grid vary depending on the principal or securable.
The name of each principal or securable that is added to the grid.
The Explicit tab lists the possible permissions for the securable that are selected in the upper grid. To configure the permissions, select or clear the Grant (or Allow), With Grant, and Deny check boxes. All options are not available for all explicit permissions.
The name of the permission.
The principal that granted the permission.
Select to grant this permission to the login. Clear to revoke this permission.
Reflects the state of the WITH GRANT option for the listed permission. This box is read-only. To apply this permission, use the GRANT statement.
Select to deny this permission to the login. Clear to revoke this permission.
For objects that contain columns (such as tables, views, or table-valued functions), the Column Permissions button opens the Column Permissions dialog box. In this dialog box, you can set Grant, Allow, or Deny permissions on individual columns of a table or view. This option is not available for all object types or permissions.
The permissions that a principal has related to a securable may come from permissions that are set for several different principals. For example, a login might be granted permissions individually and also as a member of a group. The Effective tab shows the result of combining explicit permissions and the permissions that are received from group or role memberships. Grant permissions are aggregated. A deny permission overrides all grant permissions.
The name of the permission.
The names of columns that are affected by the permission.