Denying a powerful privilege like CONTROL can have unforeseen side effects. Read on to see how using DENY CONTROL can render an entire security principal unusable.
While a DENY on one level of a security hierarchy in SQL Server always overrides a GRANT on a different level, there is one important exception. Read on to learn more about this exception and how it affects your security management.
What the DENY CASCADE statement does seems obvious. But is it? Read on to see what DENY CASCADE actually does and if that matches your expectation.
REVOKE together with the CASCADE keyword removes a permission and also all child permissions that were granted based on it. Read on to see how this plays out if the permission in question is the CONTROL privilege.
A REVOKE always removes only an exactly alike GRANT. However there is one important exception: The handling of column permissions follows its own rules. Read on to get all the details.