I am migrating database to another SQL server.
I have scripted the logins from the source server and migrated them into the target server. Also, I have backedup the source db and restored it on target db.
Does database backup contain the user’s GRANT, REVOKE and DENY permissions?
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It does, yes, including fine grained permissions controlled via row level security.
You can confirm by inspecting the information exposed by sys.database_permissions
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