SELECT permission was denied on the object 'ASPStateTempSessions', database 'tempdb', schema 'dbo'.
INSERT permission was denied on the object 'ASPStateTempSessions', database 'tempdb', schema 'dbo'.
UPDATE permission was denied on the object 'ASPStateTempSessions', database 'tempdb', schema 'dbo'.
The cause of this is that your ASP.net application uses SQLServer session storage. This is generally a good design pattern; the SQLServer session storage allows you to have multiple webserver and thereby scale your infrastructure. SQLSession is one of three possible session storage method and is defined in the web.config with a directive like:
<sessionstate mode="SQLServer" timeout="1440" sqlconnectionstring="Data Source=RelevantYellow.sql.relevantads.com;User ID=WebSession;Password=password" cookieless="false"></sessionstate>
However it relies upon a temporary database in SQL server. Each time the server is rebooted, the entire database is recreated along with the access permissions. Your database server is doing its rightful job of blocking non-administrative accounts from doing things without authorization.
Instant Fix. Grant permissions to you WebSession database user to tempdb. Simply make it a db_owner. This is okay, however, you'll need to repeat the step each time the server is restarted.
EXEC sp_addrolemember 'db_owner', 'WebSession'
Grant sysadmin privledges to the WebSession account:
EXEC master..sp_addsrvrolemember @loginame = 'WebSession', @rolename = 'sysadmin'
However granting such copious rights to this account is dangerous. Should you web application be compromised, hacked or be exposed, you could be caught with your shorts down.
Instead of relying on tempdb, the session data can be stored in permanent tables. Install the SQL script:
Alternatively, from the command prompt, run:
C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\aspnet_regsql.exe -ssadd -E -sstype p