Copy user permissions across database versions and editions
- Generate T-SQL scripts for copying of user permissions
- Edit, save, and execute SQL Server permissions scripts
- Include object level permissions for selected databases
- Four steps to copy, extract, modify and apply changes
- Connect to cloud and run in cloud (provisional)
Copy Permissions Seamlessly
Copy user permissions across various versions of SQL Server or clone a users permissions within the same server.
Execute Permissions Scripts
Once SQL permissions extractor has generated a permissions script, apply this script to any object or server in your SQL environment.
Select Object Permissions
Drill down, select, and copy permissions for specific databases within your SQL Server.
Simple Four-step Process
Simply select a SQL Server login, script the permissions associated with the selected login, modify that script, and apply the permissions to a target SQL Server.
Connect to Cloud and Run in Cloud (Provisional)
Connect to database instances hosted in the cloud, such as SQL Server on Azure Virtual Machine (VM), SQL Server on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), and SQL Server on Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS).
Run on virtual machines hosted in the cloud, such as Windows on Azure Virtual Machine (VM) and Windows on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2).
* Work on SQL Server on-premises and in the cloud, and without installing anything on the affected instances.
- Microsoft Windows: Vista SP1, Server 2008 (not supported on Server Core Role), 7, Server 2008 R2 (not supported on Server Core Role); 8, Server 2012, 8.1, Server 2012 R2, 10 (provisional)
- Microsoft .NET Framework: 4.0+
- web browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 10.x+ (minimum of Windows 7 SP1, Server 2008 R2 SP1), Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox
- Microsoft SQL Server: 2008 R2, 2012; 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019 CTP Windows & Linux (provisional)
SQL Permissions Extractor does not install any components, dynamic link libraries (DLLs), scripts, stored procedures, or tables on the monitored database instances.
Database Instances in Cloud
- Microsoft Azure: Virtual Machine VM (provisional)
- Amazon Web Services: Elastic Compute Cloud EC2 (provisional), Relational Database Service RDS (provisional, with limitations)
(for Amazon RDS: SQL Permissions Extractor cannot target system databases.)
- connection: using DNS domain name or IP address, and SQL authentication
|SQL Permissions Extractor||SQL Secure|
|Graphical user interface|
|Generate T-SQL scripts|
|Edit and save permissions scripts|
|Execute permissions scripts|
|Include object level permissions|
|Security model analysis engine|
|Policy templates for PCI and HIPAA regulations|
|Security report card|
|Weak password detection|
|Detects unresolved windows accounts|
|Configurable data collection|
|Powerful user analysis|
|Central console for analysis and auditing|
|Capture security snapshots|
|Comprehensive security model version history|
|Evaluation copies available||N/A||Yes, free for 14 days|
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