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Sequel 2008 Field Encryption

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Venturing into new territory. Have Access 2007 front ends using ODBC connection to SQL 2008. Might have to add an encrypted field or column.

 Can an Access form or query read an encrypted field or column using the ODBC connection once the encryption is setup?
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http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms179331.aspx

I would say at the very least you could call a stored proc that could do the decryption for you.  Should be seamless to Access.
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