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c#, Query user's access to a database

I have a app connecting to sqlserver using the ntlogin.
I want to verify if the NT user has access to read/read-write to the database/catalog (i figure there is a table of users in the sqlserver database somewhere, but can't find it).
This is in a corporate environement, so the sqlserver access must be setup via an Active Directory GPOs.
I can try a select to verify read access, but cannot push changes to the production environment to test write access.
Anybody know how to do this?

Luke
Jul 18 '07 #1
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