When granted, the login that was granted this permission can view the data in all databases that the user can connect to.
For example, consider a scenario where you have the following three databases:
However, if the DBA grant a new login (for example db123) with the “SELECT ALL USER SECURABLES” permission then the new login will be able to access the data in all three databases.
Using the visual way, you can achieve this using two steps:
|Step 1: Map the login (db123) to the default schema of DB1, DB2 and DB3|
|Step 2: Grant the login (db123) with the “Select All User Securables” permission|
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