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VB.net - Load Datagridview Record Processing

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Good Day Experts!

Man do I need some direction on this one.  I have a Permissions table in a SQL db that I am querying by User.  In the table, each permission is a record.  So, a User can have several permissions(several records in the table).  

Lets say Bob has 3 permissions attached to his Username...so he has 3 records in the table.

Username      First     Last     .....   Permission
   BobS            Bob     Smith              Add
   BobS            Bob     Smith            Update
   BobS            Bob     Smith            Delete

Requirement:
1) Put Username, First, Last in only one line of a DataGridView.
2) Check the corresponding checkbox on the Tab based on each permission( I have
    checkboxes for each possible permission on a panel on the Tab).

Background:
 I can get all 3 records to load in the DataGridView so I know I can return the data from
 db.  

Questions:
1) How do I loop through the records and get all the permissions to an array so I can
    check the corresponding checkboxes?
2) How do I just load 1 of the records Username, First and Last to the DataGridView?

I appreciate any assistance you all can provide with this task,
jimbo99999
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