Grantor Does Not Have GRANT Permission.

I run the following query...using sql analyzer

dbo.aCVChangeSQLPassword 'user1','user1',''

I am logged in as user1 in the sql analyzer...

It chnages my password, in sql server, however gives me this message...

Grantor does not have GRANT permission.

Password changed.

(1 row(s) affected)

Server: Msg 4613, Level 16, State 1, Procedure aCVChangeSQLPassword, Line 27
Grantor does not have GRANT permission.

Line no 27 has the folliwng code that I execute...


exec sp_password @old,@new,null


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