How can I get DBO permissions on my MSSQL User?

Question:
I am receiving this error while trying to run a script on my website: "EXECUTE permission denied on object 'abc', database 'qrs', owner 'dbo'"

How can I get DBO permissions on my MSSQL user for this database?

Solutions:
Please open a ticket with your database name, database server and the database user you wish to give DBO permissions to. This will have to be done manually by our support team

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