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How do I change a single table from dbo ownership?

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I'm trying to change ownership of a single table from dbo to one of the managers. I have complete sa rights. The solution that I saw earlier wouldn't work. Please Help.
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try this

EXEC sp_changeobjectowner 'authors', 'Corporate\GeorgeW'
auhours is the table namei george is the new owner

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Hello non zero, I've tried that and everything else and here's what I get...
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u get any error when u execute the command ?

and what is the version of ur sql server ?
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I apologize for the delay in my response as I was in an auto accident.

Thank you !!!
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