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User cannot view all records in sys.server_principals

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I granted the user db_reader role for mater database and also view definitions but the user can only see 11 records out 1700. Which permissions should I grant so that he can have read only access to all the records in sys.server_principals and sys.sql_logins?
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USE master

GRANT VIEW ANY DEFINITION TO [login_name]
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