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MSSQL user can see all databases on Plesk for Windows server

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    Baiju Mathew (Edited )

    This will hide all the databases.  The logged in user will not see databases he has permission and created through plesk also

     

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    Alexandr Redikultsev

    Hi @Baiju Mathew,

    Yes, you are right. I changed 'note' in the article regarding this behavior to 'warning' to make it clear.

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    Sathiya (Edited )

    Baiju Mathew This will hide all the databases.  The logged-in user will not see databases he has permission and created through Plesk also

    we also tried same issue our end. 

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello Sathiya,

    This is an expected behavior defined by MS SQL operation logic. That's mentioned in the Warning to this article.

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    Darko Bazulj

    please add support for mssql contained database support.
    With that we can fix this problem.

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