Every database in a SQL Remote system requires a publisher, which is a unique user with PUBLISH permission. All outgoing SQL Remote messages, including publication updates and receipt confirmations, are identified by their publisher. Every database in a SQL Remote system sends receipt confirmations.
PUBLISH permission has no authority except to identify the publisher in outgoing messages.
When PUBLISH permission is granted to a user name with GROUP permission, it is not inherited by members of the group.
You create a publisher by granting a user PUBLISH permission.
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