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Training on the T's - SQL Server Security Easy Button Q&A

On October 7, 2014, I spoke for Pragmatic Works' Training on the T's webinar series. 
Here's the rest of the questions I didn't get to answer. 

Q: Where can I get the slide deck and presentation?
A: Orlando SQL Saturday , Tampa SQL Saturday , Jacksonville SQL Saturday

Q: All of our database tables are under the dbo schema. How can I set up programmers to be able to modify stored procedures but not give them the dbo schema permission with which they can modify tables?
A: I think the only possible way to do this is to split the stored procedures and tables into different schema. I do not see a way in the permission models to grant permission to modify stored procedures without also granting the same permission to modify tables.  Granting ALTER ON OBJECT gives access to multiple object types in the database. See longtime SQL Server MVP Erland Sommarskog's comment here on this question. See the next question for additional information. 

Q: Where i can get the SQL Server perm…