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Permissions for User Rights in MSSQL 2008 and Higher and DB2

  • 1.  Permissions for User Rights in MSSQL 2008 and Higher and DB2

    Posted 24 days ago
     its exciting using this platform, my organisation is implementing this solution for database monitoring. as a database administrator, i need guild on how to grant Permissions for User Rights in MSSQL 2008 and Higher and Permissions for User Rights inDB2.  kindly provide me document of all the grant statement to execute on both environments.
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    #Data Masking (formerly Camouflage)
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    stephen ogunshola
    Keystone bank ltd
    Lagos
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  • 2.  RE: Permissions for User Rights in MSSQL 2008 and Higher and DB2

    Imperva Employee
    Posted 23 days ago
    Hi Stephen,

    From the Admin GUI, go to the upper right hand side and click the ?. It will open a menu. Choose SecureSphere  Built In Help.  The Help file will open in a separate window.  From the Contents Pane, scroll down until you see Required Permissions. Open it and navigate to the database and scan type you need the permissions for.  You will find the exact permissions needed for each scan type/database that is supported. The Help is always available and is context sensitive.For example, if you are in the Security Policy configuration and click the Help, it will open directly to the Security Policy Section.  Hope this helps!


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    David Mazakas
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