Understanding SQL Server, Server Permissions – What and how to assign these permissions

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SQL Server Permission : ALTER ANY DATABASE

Allows or Denies the ability to drop or modify existing databases as well as create new databases. The dbcreator fixed server role has this permission granted implicitly.
ALTER ANY ENDPOINT    Allows or Denies the ability to create, drop, or modify endpoints. The sysadmin fixed server role has this permission granted implicitly.

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