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Encrypt XML datatype in Sql Server 2005?

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We have typically stored xml data in a BLOB format, but we have data in it that needs to be encrypted.  Can the xml datatype in SQL Server 2005 be encrypted?  Thanks!
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No, SQL 2005 in built encryption supports a maximum of 8000 characters
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