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DB object ownership problem.

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I log into a SQL Server 2005 database using account admin_cbp_test and create a simple table, the table then has admin_cbp_test ownership, but I want the table objects always to have dbo ownership. How do I achieve that? Can I only do this with an sa account or can I add the user to a particular to achieve same result?

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Great thanks !
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