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Does SQL Server CE have tables like Syscolumn in SQL server 2000?

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Does SQL Server CE have tables like Syscolumn in SQL server 2000?  Are there system tables that store system information other than just MSysObjects?

Also, for some reason, I can access all tables in sql ce environment w/o logging in.  Are some login settings remembered?
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I did not find password protection in the second article.  Any ideas?  Thanks.
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