The sys.sql_logins catalog view can be used to retrieve additional information on SQL Logins that is not included in the sys.server_principals catalog view. Read on to find out what additional information is revealed by this catalog view.
SQL Server groups all pages that belong to a single partition of a single index or heap into logical units. These units are called allocation units. Read on to learn about the different types of allocation units and discover how to identify the allocation units belonging to a table.
Are you looking to identify your effective permissions in SQL Server, the permissions actually in effect after taking things like denies or role membership into account? Read on to see how sys.fn_my_permissions can help.
The sys.fn_builtin_permissions catalog function returns a result set that contains one row for each possible permission that you can grant (or deny) in SQL Server. Read on to find out how to use it and how to interpret the results.
The sys.server_permissions catalog view can be used to identify active server permissions, permissions with server scope that have been granted or denied to a server principal. Read on to find out how to interpret the output of this catalog view.