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Password Protect Table in SQL Server 2005 Express (Linked to Access)

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I have a database with multiple tables.  One table contains sensitive information.  I would like to give only certain users access to that table, while denying other users access to that table.

I am using SQL Server Management Studio Express to manage the database.  I am connecting to the SQL Server back end via an MS Access front end.

Thank you for your help!
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Hello Orcadian,

USE MyDatabase;
DENY SELECT ON OBJECT::MyTable TO jmoss111;
GO


Regards,

Jim
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