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10/31/2018 9:04 AM
 

Hello all ... new to DNN  and have been tasked to harden SQL by limiting the permissions assigned to stored procedures by applying a Deny to the Execute permission at the table level.  Working in a DNN 8 and at one point the SQL user (<mydomain>\<myusername> for the site was assigned execute +  datareader.  Was wondering if anyone knows of a list of the SP  that do need execute permissions.   With that said does this account also need datawriter permissions on specific tables?

 Any help is appreciated and I will read up to see if I can find a solution.  

Cheers -- Barry 

 

 
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