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Database privileges by table Report

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I would like to write a query on a sql 2008r2 that will report all the users that have delete, insert, update and select access by table in a database, either directly by windows or SQL Login or due to roles, etc.

This report would be used for security auditing purposes.  I need to provide a report for each of our production databases to our auditors.  Not sure if anyone has a query that will fit my needs completely, but hopefully something that will give me a good start.
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Question by:IllinoisDave
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by:HuaMinChen
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Try
SELECT d.name, l.name
FROM     all_logins l
CROSS    JOIN sys.databases d

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Scott Pletcher earned 400 total points
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For AD group members, you'll need a separate table that tells you which users are in which group(s).

When I have more time, I'll put together at least some initial code.
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