In October 2012 a bug was discovered in SQL Server 2012 Integration Services, specifically in the SSISDB Catalog, where permissions assigned to an SSISDB user mapped to a Windows Group login are not determined correctly at run time. The SSISDB Catalog security model extends the native SQL Server security model to allow the permissions to be managed at various SSISDB object levels (e.g.
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