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You administer a Microsoft SQL Server 2012 database. You provide temporary securityadmin access to User1 to the database server. You need to know if User1 adds logins to securityadmin. Which server-level audit action group should you use?


Answer: D
This event is raised when the SQL Server service state is modified. Equivalent to the Audit Server Starts and Stops Event Class.
This event is raised when there is an impersonation within server scope, such as EXECUTE AS <login>.
Equivalent to the Audit Server Principal Impersonation Event Class.
SUCCESSFUL_LOGIN_GROUP Indicates that a principal has successfully logged in to SQL Server. Events in this class are raised by new connections or by connections that are reused from a connection pool. Equivalent to the Audit Login Event Class.
This event is raised whenever a login is added or removed from a fixed server role. This event is raised for the sp_addsrvrolemember and sp_dropsrvrolemember stored procedures. Equivalent to the Audit Add Login to Server Role Event Class.

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You administer a Microsoft SQL Server 2012 database. The database has a table named Customers owned by UserA and another table named Orders owned by UserB.
You also have a stored procedure named GetCustomerOrderInfo owned by UserB. GetCustomerOrderInfo selects data from both tables.
You create a new user named UserC.
You need to ensure that UserC can call the GetCustomerOrderInfo stored procedure.
You also need to assign only the minimum required permissions to UserC.
Which permission or permissions should you assign to UserC? Choose all that apply.

A.    The Select permission on Customers
B.    The Execute permission on GetCustomerOrderInfo
C.    The Take Ownership permission on Customers
D.    The Control permission on GetCustomerOrderInfo
E.    The Take Ownership permission on Orders
F.    The Select permission on Orders

Answer: AB
The question seems to be missing something. Or the original answer is incorrect. I’ve changed it to what I believe to be the correct answer. The original answer included “The Select permission on Orders.”, but due to ownership chaining, you would only need to give Execute permissions to UserC to access the Orders table since UserB is the owner.
(BF) – need to test this

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