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Insert Permissions For One Table

Posted on 2013-11-11
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I have just one table which I will need to give Insert permissions to for all Logins on my SQL Server Instance. Is there a way to do this globally or do I need to give explicit permissions to each Login by mapping them as a user and then giving them  insert rights on that table.

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You could grant it to the public role.

grant insert on <table> to public;
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And make sure those logins are mapped to the database where your table is, otherwise you will not be able to access it regardless of the GRANT statement above.
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