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Set priority to a stored procedure

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Is it possible to set an execution priority for a stored procedure under MS Sql 6.5, to make it runs in background(to keep maximum process for other queries)?
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No you can't set priority of a stored procedure execution. You can only set  priority of SQL Server in Win NT.
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