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SQL Server - How do I find out the execute permission of a particular SPROC?

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SQL Server - How do I find out the execute permission of a particular SPROC?
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Right-click the stored procedure and select properties, click the permissions page and the permissions for the stored procedure can be seen in the right hand pane.
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I did that - i'm trying to give same permissions to another SPROC.  I added the users from SPROC A to SPROC B and gave the permission to execute but its not working - receive EXECUTE Permission error on SPROC B.
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