SQL Server Permissions Manager Updates

Eric Cobb has updates to the SQL Server Permissions Manager project:

I recently made some updates to my SQL Server Permissions Manager project on GitHub. These updates mainly consisted of bug fixes and documentation updates, although I did also add the ability to snapshot server level permissions such as “sysadmin” or “securityadmin”.

Given how much we want to audit permissions and how difficult it is to do a really good job of that in SQL Server, there’s space for a good auditing tool.

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