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Old November 26th, 2007, 11:27 AM
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Default Blocking sysadmin role users...is it possible?

Hi to everybody.

I knew that the questions which i asked in subject must be interesting if we find any solution.

We have already developed an ERP with Visual Basic 6.0 as front-end and SQL Server 2000 as back-end. We have introduce an application role which is used for data access through application. But we dont want sysadmin role users to view / alter the database using SQL Server Enterprise Manager or query analyzer. So is it possible to block sysadmin role users?

Same results have already achieved in SAP B1 in which we can't access stored procedures in the database. As it is possible in SAP
can we implement same functionality in our application

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Since you are using SQL 2000, this not possible. If using SQL 2005 you may have some flexibility by restricting changes to schema and DDL triggers.

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