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Hi,

Could anybody tell me how to give a user full access to all db's?

I have added the user in the login area, with Windows Authentication and granted him access, the default db is master.

Is this right?

Thanks in advance

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You wanted to give user full access to all DB's for the SQL server installation
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add user to the System Administrator (Sysadmin) fixed server role.

Click on the "Server Roles" tab and check system administrators.

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