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what is meaning of the following SP:
exec master.dbo.sp_MSdbuserpriv 'serv123456789012345678901234567890'

as long as the paramter starts with 'serv' and it does not care about the rest of the details in the string. what value does the above return for you and how do you interpret it?

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use master
exec sp_Helptext sp_MSdbuserpriv

defaults to 'perm' if @mode not supplied
checks for 'serv','role','ver'

Everything else after these text are ignored.

It returns 7 to me, because I am a sysadmin.
The possible returns for 'serv' are

7 - sysadmin or user in sysadmin role
2 - has create database permission
4 - has permission to sp_addextendedproc
6 - both 2 & 4
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Well, it has been around for quite some time. One of those cute undocumented stored procedures. This one is for privileges - ie db permissions and roles basically. The actual code is below as extracted from SQL server... Not unsurprising is a newer function : fn_my_permissions()

As mentioned above, it has one parameter @mode and returns a status based on permissions() and is_srvrolemember()  (and a couple of combinations or server properties etc).

If you look for permissions function in Books Online you will see what the bitmaps represent : http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms186915.aspx

The mode is one of 'perm%', 'role%', 'ver%', or 'serv%'. And call it like :  EXEC sp_MSdbuserpriv @mode = 'ver'



create proc sys.sp_MSdbuserpriv   @mode nvarchar(10) = N'perm'  

as    

/* Order of privilege evaluation is:  user granted/revoked, then group granted/revoked, then public granted/revoked */ 

     set nocount on

     declare @bits int, @status int, @prot int, @perms int

     declare @dbrole int, @dbrolestr nvarchar(12)

     /* If 'srv', we're selecting the server (master db) user profile - currently, just create db priv. */

     if (lower(@mode) like N'serv%')

        begin

        select @bits = 0x0000

        if (user_id() = 1 or is_srvrolemember(N'sysadmin') = 1 or is_member(N'db_owner') = 1)

           begin

           /* sa has everything */

           select @bits = 0x0007

           end

        else begin

           if ((PERMISSIONS() & 1) > 0)

              SELECT @bits = @bits | 0x0002

           if ((PERMISSIONS(OBJECT_ID(N'sp_addextendedproc')) & 32) > 0)

              SELECT @bits = @bits | 0x0004

           end

        select @bits

        return 0

        end

       /* If 'perm', we're selecting the current database priv and role membership for the login user. */

   if (lower(@mode) like N'role%' or lower(@mode) like N'ver%' or lower(@mode) like N'perm%')

        begin

        if (user_id() = 1 or is_srvrolemember(N'sysadmin') = 1 or is_member(N'db_owner') = 1)

           begin

           /* sa/Dbo has everything. */

           select @bits = 0x03ff

           end

        else begin

           /* Not dbo so get individual privileges */

           select @bits = 0x0000, @perms = PERMISSIONS(), @status = status from dbo.sysusers where uid = user_id()

           if ((@perms & 2) > 0)

              SELECT @bits = @bits | 0x0002

           if ((@perms & 8) > 0)

              SELECT @bits = @bits | 0x0004

           if ((@perms & 4) > 0)

              SELECT @bits = @bits | 0x0008

           if ((@perms & 64) > 0)

              SELECT @bits = @bits | 0x0010

           if ((@perms & 32) > 0)

              SELECT @bits = @bits | 0x0020

           if ((@perms & 128) > 0)

              SELECT @bits = @bits | 0x0040

           if ((@perms & 16) > 0)

              SELECT @bits = @bits | 0x0080

           if ((@perms & 256) > 0)

              SELECT @bits = @bits | 0x0100

           if ((@perms & 512) > 0)

              SELECT @bits = @bits | 0x0200

           end

          /* Get both Server and Database Role information */

        select @dbrole = 0x0000

        /* Server Roles */

        select @dbrole = (case when (is_srvrolemember(N'dbcreator') = 1) then @dbrole | 0x0001 else @dbrole end),

               @dbrole = (case when (is_srvrolemember(N'diskadmin') = 1) then @dbrole | 0x0002 else @dbrole end),

               @dbrole = (case when (is_srvrolemember(N'processadmin') = 1) then @dbrole | 0x0004 else @dbrole end),

               @dbrole = (case when (is_srvrolemember(N'securityadmin') = 1) then @dbrole | 0x0008 else @dbrole end),

               @dbrole = (case when (is_srvrolemember(N'serveradmin') = 1) then @dbrole | 0x0010 else @dbrole end),

               @dbrole = (case when (is_srvrolemember(N'setupadmin') = 1) then @dbrole | 0x0020 else @dbrole end),

               @dbrole = (case when (is_srvrolemember(N'sysadmin') = 1) then @dbrole | 0x0040 else @dbrole end),

               @dbrole = (case when (is_srvrolemember(N'bulkadmin') = 1) then @dbrole | 0x10000 else @dbrole end),

        /* Database Roles */

               @dbrole = (case when (is_member(N'db_accessadmin') = 1) then @dbrole | 0x0080 else @dbrole end),

               @dbrole = (case when (is_member(N'db_datareader') = 1) then @dbrole | 0x0100 else @dbrole end),

               @dbrole = (case when (is_member(N'db_ddladmin') = 1) then @dbrole | 0x0200 else @dbrole end),

               @dbrole = (case when (is_member(N'db_denydatareader') = 1) then @dbrole | 0x0400 else @dbrole end),

               @dbrole = (case when (is_member(N'db_denydatawriter') = 1) then @dbrole | 0x0800 else @dbrole end),

               @dbrole = (case when (is_member(N'db_backupoperator') = 1) then @dbrole | 0x1000 else @dbrole end),

               @dbrole = (case when (is_member(N'db_owner') = 1) then @dbrole | 0x2000 else @dbrole end),

               @dbrole = (case when (is_member(N'db_securityadmin') = 1) then @dbrole | 0x4000 else @dbrole end),

               @dbrole = (case when (is_member(N'db_datawriter') = 1) then @dbrole | 0x8000 else @dbrole end)

          if (lower(@mode) like N'ver%')

           begin  

/* 

7.0           select @@version, N'login_id' = convert(int, suser_sid()), N'pagesize' = v.low, N'highbit' = v2.low, N'highbyte' = v3.low,

              N'casesens' = (case when (N'A' != N'a') then 1 else 0 end), @@spid, @@servername, is_srvrolemember(N'sysadmin'), @dbrole

              from master..spt_values v,master..spt_values v2,master..spt_values v3 where v.number=1 and v.type=N'E' and v2.number=2

              and v2.type=N'E' and v3.number=3 and v3.type=N'E'  

*/

           select @@version, N'login_id' = convert(int, suser_sid()), N'pagesize' = v.low, N'highbit' = v2.low, N'highbyte' = v3.low,

              N'casesens' = (case when (N'A' != N'a') then 1 else 0 end), @@spid, convert(sysname, serverproperty(N'servername')),

              is_srvrolemember(N'sysadmin'), @dbrole,

              N'InstanceName' = convert(sysname, serverproperty(N'instancename')),

              N'PID' = convert(int, serverproperty(N'processid'))

              from master..spt_values v,master..spt_values v2,master..spt_values v3 where v.number=1 and v.type=N'E' and v2.number=2

              and v2.type=N'E' and v3.number=3 and v3.type=N'E'

           end

        else if (lower(@mode) like N'role%')

           begin

           select @dbrole

           end

        else if (lower(@mode) like N'perm%')

           begin

           select @bits

           end

        return 0

        end

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Oh, and that above link to technet also shows on the left hand side the entry / reference for : is_srvrolemember()

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Thanks indeed for the helpful clarification.
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