permission denied for excution store procedure

Posted on 2009-05-12
Last Modified: 2012-06-27

I copied sproc from server 1 to server 2 and run it in server 2, it came out with error like
Server: Msg 262, Level 14, State 1, Procedure ...
CREATE PROCEDURE permission denied in database 'master'
I am in sysAdmin level I am able to exec this sproc, but it doens't.

Can you help? Thank you,
Question by:yrcdba7
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bull_rider earned 500 total points
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The user you are logged in to server 2 does not have CREATE PROCEDURE permissions I guess. Just double check.
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Expert Comment

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can you give  db_owner role to your user? it may solve the problem

Author Comment

ID: 24366416
I have SA role in server 2, I also gave db_owner. then tried again, it got the same error.

Author Comment

ID: 24366461
it is working right now after I refreshed my login in EM.  Thank you!!

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Thank you for your recommandation, it saved my time.

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