A DENY is a durable permission, similar to a GRANT. Find out what that means and how it affects your SQL Server permissions management.
This fourth part of the short series about DENY vs. REVOKE shows that a DENY on the hierarchy of privileges can be used to fine tune permission management. Read on to get all the details.
DENY can be used to fine tune permission management in hierarchies of securables. A common securable hierarchy is table, schema, database, server. Read on to see how a DENY on one level of such a hierarchy can override a GRANT on another level.
REVOKE and DENY are similar at first glance. However, DENY can be very powerful when used in the context of security principal hierarchies. Read on to get all the details.
DENY and REVOKE look very similar, they might just be the same. And indeed, when looking at a single security principal and a single securable in isolation that are functionally identical. But there is more to it. Discover their similarities and differences in this five-part series.