Job permissions in SQL Server Agent

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Microsoft SQL Server 2000
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Hi, I'm using SQL Server Agent which is running on SQL Server 2000. My question is, is there a way to give permissions to users to simply view the jobs and not change/execute them? I've read that this is possible in SQL 2005 with SQLAgentReaderRole, but what about 2000? Thanks in advance.

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Thanks for the help. I was researching this online and it seems that SQL 2000 needs Service Pack 3 for TargetServersRole. Is this true?

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  • Denny Cherry
    It is possible that SP3 is possible. SP4 for SQL 2000 has been available for years. Every SQL 2000 server should be patched to SP4 plus the latest hotfix at this point.
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