Any unsurpassed method to start-off this procedure an appropriate

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SQL Server permissions
I’m used to a setup which welcomes anyone who wishes a sort of an executive entry to a domain only to get imputed to the domain admin’s group. I apologize for such faulty actions, and am now separating all of our “admins” into their own groups. Specifically, I have users who require permission to assign web pages to web servers, to verify SQL with Windows verification than through SQL Server users, and so on. My question now is there any unsurpassed method to start-off this procedure and design an appropriate and safe setting with varied attributes of IT admins?
ASKED: April 19, 2013  5:31 AM
UPDATED: April 19, 2013  11:57 AM

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