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Script to find server level logins and roles assigned

using T-SQL Script


The below script will help us Find server level logins and roles assigned server level logins and roles assigned

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 SELECT a.name as LoginName,a.type_desc AS LoginType, a.default_database_name AS DefaultDBName, 
CASE WHEN b.sysadmin = 1 THEN 'sysadmin'
          WHEN b.securityadmin=1 THEN 'securityadmin'
          WHEN b.serveradmin=1 THEN 'serveradmin'
          WHEN b.setupadmin=1 THEN 'setupadmin'
          WHEN b.processadmin=1 THEN 'processadmin'
          WHEN b.diskadmin=1 THEN 'diskadmin'
          WHEN b.dbcreator=1 THEN 'dbcreator'
          WHEN b.bulkadmin=1 THEN 'bulkadmin'
          ELSE 'Public' END AS 'ServerRole'
FROM sys.server_principals a  JOIN master..syslogins b ON a.sid=b.sid WHERE a.type  <> 'R' AND a.name NOT LIKE '##%'

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