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Introductie van Micorosoft SQL Server 2016

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31 C H A P T E R 2 | Better security Note It is not possible to grant table-level access to masked data. You can grant this privilege only at the database level. Consequently, you can mask either all masked data within the database for a user or none of the data. To remove this permission, you use the REVOKE statement as shown in Example 2-18. Example 2-18: Revoking the UNMASK permission REVOKE UNMASK TO MyUser; Figure 2-4 shows examples of query results when you apply dynamic data masking to a table. The first query shows default and email masking. The second result set shows the same queries executed after giving the user permissions to view masked data. Figure 2-4: Query results for masked and unmasked values. Data-masking permissions and configuration survive when you copy data from one object to another. For example, if you copy data from a user table to a temporary table, the data remains masked in the temporary table.

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